Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Wilford Woodruff sees the Savior

At the dedication of the Salt Lake Temple in April of 1893, Wilford Woodruff stated, "Our Savior had appeard unto [me] in the East Room in the Holy of Holies, & told [me] that He had accepted of the Temple & of the dedication services, & that the Lord forgave us His Saints who had assisted in any manner towards the erection and completion of the Temple."[1] 

The Savior, Jesus Christ is real.  The heavens have been rent, and the power of God is again upon the earth.  May we ever know that Christ is real.  As we go to the temple, even if we do not see him, we can feel of his presence through the veil, and feel of his love for us as we seek him out.  

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Account from Stuy, Brian H., "Come, Let Us Go Up to the Mountain of the Lord": The Salt Lake Temple Dedication", Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought, 31 (Fall 1998), no. 3, 111.

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