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This is a hard cover book by Joni Eareckson Tada that contains 366 Sparkling Devotions (stories and scriptures from the Bible). It is in like new condition. Asking $4.00. Contact Lorie 801-403-3101 text/call. We are a clean and smoke free environment in West Valley City. Please see my other ad's for many other adorable, fun, useful items, and gift ideas too. more
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Encyclopedia Of Mormonism - 4 Volume


West jordan, UT | 13 Hours
These books are in amazing condition. They have been sitting in a box for the last 10 years and I forgot I even had them. more
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A Mormon Bibliography, 1830-1930


Honeyville, UT | 14 Hours
A Mormon Bibliography, 1830-1930: Books, Pamphlets, Periodicals, and Broadsides Relating to the First Century of Mormonism Hardcover – January 1, 2004 by Chad J. Flake (Author)both books are in great shape, huge books more
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The life of John Taylor 1892


Honeyville, UT | 14 Hours
Book is in fair shape has some wear, has part of inside paper that covers hardback ripped out but book is solid. more
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The Diary of Charles L. Walker vols 1 and 2


Honeyville, UT | 14 Hours
The Diary of Charles L. Walker Hardcover – October, 1980 by Charles L. Walker (Author)books are in great shape DJs are slightly worn this is vols 1 and 2 more
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The Contributor 1882 and 1886


Honeyville, UT | 14 Hours
Vol 7 1886 cloth book with leather on corners and spine is in fair shape has some heavy wear on corners. about one inch of spine coming loose and cover some staining inside, might have gotten slightly damp in the past P/O name inside ex lib. some seperation of spine from book but mainly just inside front and backVol 3 1882 cloth book with leather on corners and spine is in fair shape has some heavy wear on corners and cover some staining inside, front hardback is slightly warped P/O name inside ex lib. 1881-1882 more
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Key to the universe Pratt 1879 2nd Ed


Honeyville, UT | 14 Hours
book is in fair shape some soiling and heavy wear on hardcover but inside is solid and tight 118 pages more
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Lecture on the Mountain Meadows Massacre. Hardcove


Honeyville, UT | 14 Hours
The Only Way to Be Saved+the Gospel Pioneer+mormon Purgatory+j S Was He a Prophet of God+the Mountain Meadows Massacre Who Were Guilty of the Crime+voice From the Mountains+supplement to the Lecture on the Mountain Meadows Massacre. Hardcover – 1881a series of old tracts bound in a hardbound book with leather binding on spine most are 1881-1885 a lot of rare ones. ..Doctrines of the church of jesus christ of LDS its faith and teachings by Elder John Morgan.1894+The plan of Salvation by John Morgan+The only way to be saved by Lorenzo Snow+the only true gospel or the primitive christian faith by william budge 6 pages+the gospel pioneer by Wm Jefferies 23 pages+is baptism essential to salvation by C H Bliss 4 pages+baptism for the remission of sins by Bliss 4 pages+true versus false religion a dialogue by B E Rich 19 pages+the second coming of the messiah and events to precede it by B H Roberts 12 pages+a reply by elder william budge to the mormon purgatory a tract written ny S E Wishard 16 pages 1890+analysis of the book of mormon suggestions to the reader by bh roberts 12 pages+joseph smith was he a prophet of god an investigation and testimony by J M Sjodahl 90 pages 1891+opinions of the leading statesmen of the United States on the Edmunds Law 24 pages+the mountain meadows massacre who were guilty of the crime by charles W Penrose 80 pages 1881+supplement to the lecture on the mountain meadows massacre 24 more pages 1885+voice from the mountains by Joel H Johnson 24 pages 1881 more
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Honeyville, UT | 14 Hours
WHITNEY'S FIRST 100 YEARS. Whitney Centennial 1889-1989. (Idaho). Hardcover – 1991 by Whitney Ward Centennial Book Committee (Author)book is in good shape has some minor wear has a stain on a few pages has some nicks on top and bottom of pages on outside more
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Honeyville, UT | 14 Hours
FAITH-PROMOTING SERIES 1,2,3 & 4 My First Mission - a String of Pearls - Leaves from My Journal - Gems for the Young Folks Hardcover – 1881 by George Q. & Wilford Woodruff Cannon (Authorbook is in solid shape has some heavy rubbing of corners has leather spine my first mission front page is missing some scribbling on back blank pages still a nice book for being 130 years old more
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The Mediation and Atonement


Honeyville, UT | 14 Hours
The Mediation and Atonement by John Taylor Book is in great shape 1998 reprint with gold lettering and trim. also have a couple older editions more
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The Great Controversy Between Christ And Satan


South Jordan, UT | 18 Hours
The Great Controversy Between Christ and Satan hardbound and leather bound.I talked with a book dealer in Salt Lake and he said the book is worth $25 so $18 is a fair price don't you think?Text Suzanne 801-598-1557Email suzpeterson@icloud.com more
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Joyce Meyer hardback books


Taylorsville, UT | 18 Hours
Starting Your Day Right and Ending Your Day Right. Good condition, smaller hardback books, great condition. $5 for both.Pickup only, no holds more
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1905 Young Womans Journal OBO


Brigham, UT | 1 Day
1905 Young Woman's Journal in excellent condition. Has 160 pages must see to appreciateOBO more
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To the Rescue


Centerville, UT | 1 Day
I have two copies and only need one! Also please call me! The email and text function don't seem to work to well for me. more
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Thomas Bullock Nauvoo Journal Hardcover 1994


Kaysville, UT | 1 Day
New - Limited Edition of 500 CopiesFrom the introduction - The Bullock Journal was obtained by BYU in December 1987 from a branch of the Bullock family in Colorado. The original is actually in book form, but rather eleven long sheets of white paper stitched together across the middle and folded in half. As many of the entries appear to be lists of things done with specific times assigned to each task performed, it would seem reasonable to suggest that Bullock carried the journal with him. more
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William Law Hardcover –June, 1994, Lyndon W. Cook


Kaysville, UT | 1 Day
New Condition - unopened, still wrapped in original cellophaneLaw, William, second counselor to president Joseph Smith, from 1841-44 was born Sept. 8, 1809. In the early days of the Church, when Elders John Taylor and Almon W. Babbitt labored in Canada as missionaries, William Law, who lived twenty-five miles from Toronto, became a convert to "Mormonism," and it is stated in the history of Joseph Smith that he arrived at Nauvoo, Ill., in the latter part of 1839, "with a company of Saints, traveling in seven wagons from Canada." He soon became a prominent man in Nauvoo, where he served as a member of the municipal council, a captain in the Nauvoo Legion, etc. He also kept a store, owned several mills and was considered wealthy. In the revelation given through Joseph the Prophet, at Nauvoo, Jan. 19, 1841, he was called to the office of second counselor to President Joseph Smith, succeeding Hyrum Smith, who was called to the position of presiding Patriarch. Soon afterwards he filled a short mission to the East, and was for a season considered a good and faithful man. He was among the chosen few who on May 26, 1843, received their endowments under the administration of Joseph the Prophet, and who were instructed in the Priesthood and on the new and everlasting covenant. Towards the close of 1843 he began to show symptoms of apostasy and associated himself with the enemies of Joseph and the Saints generally. This led to his excommunication from the Church April 18. 1844, in a council meeting held at Nauvoo and attended by the leading authorities of the Church. After this occurrence Wm. Law came out openly as an enemy and was one of the promoters and owners of the libel sheet called the "Nauvoo Expositor," published at Nauvoo. His name is classed in history with those of his brother Wilson Law, Robert D. Foster, Charles Foster, Francis M. Higbee, Chauncey L. Higbee, Joseph H. Jackson, Sylvester Emmons and others, who were the instigators and abettors of the murder of Joseph and Hyrum Smith. In 1887 he was interviewed by a newspaper reporter at Shullsburg, Lafayette county, Wisconsin, where he then resided with his son, Judge Thomas Law. On that occasion he still exhibited great animosity towards Joseph the Prophet and the "Mormon" people, and related some extraordinary stories concerning his experience with the Saints at Nauvoo. The interview is published in full as a part of an appendix to an anti-Mormon work, entitled "The Prophet of Palmyra," written by Thomas Griggs of Hamilton. Ill. Wm. Law died at Shullsburg, Wis., Jan. 19, 1892, in the 83rd year of his age. more
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On Footings from the Past: The Packers in England


Kaysville, UT | 1 Day
New ConditionThomas Packer (ca. 1460) married Margaret Kibblewhite (ca. 1462) and lived in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, where they had five children between ca. 1488-ca. 1500. Descendants and relatives through the seventeenth century lived in Gloucestershire, Westminster (London County), Groombridge (Sussex County), Berkshire, Wiltshire and elsewhere. Some descendants lived in Ireland. Philip Packer (ca. 1656-1739), direct descendant of Thomas in the sixth generation), immigrated in 1683 from Ireland to Burlington, New Jersey. Jonathan Taylor Packer (1817-1889), direct descendant in the fifth generation of Philip the immigrant, became a Mormon convert and married three times, moving to Brigham City, Utah and Safford, Arizona. The author's husband (Apostle Boyd K. Packer) is a direct descendant in the eighth generation of immigrant Philip Packer. more
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Wilford Woodruff's Journal


Kaysville, UT | 1 Day
Wilford Woodruff"s Journal - Hardback / 9 Volumes / 5,362 Pages/ 1833-1898 Typescript/ Scott Kenney, editor. Condition: Like NewConverted in 1833, Wilford Woodruff participated in virtually every phase of nineteenth-century Mormonism, recording the sermons of Joseph Smith and Brigham Young and taking notes on casual conversations. He also noted the routine of pioneer life and preserved various missionary experiences, along with minutes of meetings of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles and First Presidency. He became the church’’s presiding authority in 1887, and his 1890 Manifesto called for an end to Mormon polygamy. Woodruff thought of his diaries as “my journals of the history of the church” and stipulated that his sons should publish them. Through the cooperation of the Wilford Woodruff Family Association, the journals are available to the public for the first time through this series. more
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LDS Books Set


South Jordan, UT | 1 Day
This is sold as a set only. Texts only please. more
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Complete set of the work and the glory


Midvale, UT | 1 Day
Complete set of the work and the glory more
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Commentary on the Book of Mormon


Tremonton, UT | 1 Day
Commentary on the book of Mormon Vol. 1-7 by George Reynolds and Janne M. Sjodahl. Good condition, all have dust jackets, minimal markings. Text or email only more
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Watch Therefore


Santa Clara, UT | 1 Day
What is happening in the world today might seem truly strange and unsettling to us as we read and watch the current events on the news. Our economy seems to be going "south"; fewer jobs and inflation along with incidents of corruption, riots, murders, and the many violations of the Constitution have been validated/legalized by our government and the courts? The book, Watch Therefore, chronicles many of the scriptural parallels to current events and future events predicted by the prophets. One can purchase a copy of this book at: http://www.amazon.com/Watch-Therefore-William-Brown-Jr/dp/1494978989 more
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The Mortal Messiah


Kearns, UT | 1 Day
Excellent condition. Just downsizing. more
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