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—Lorenzo Snow

Topic: Adversity

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    7. Life Events and Religious Change


    with adversity than are religious beliefs or orientations.   ...

    From Latter-day Saint Social Life: Social Research on the LDS Church and its Members

    "Tuned to the Work": Joseph's and Hyrum's Emotional Labor


    of inferiority.” [29] On the other hand, the revelations of God and the adversities he suffered made Joseph more ...

    From Joseph and Hyrum--Leading as One

    Why We Are Organized into Quorums and Relief Societies


    we can stand, without embarrassment and without fear, against every wind of adversity that might ...

    From RE 14, no. 1 (2013) of The Religious Educator



    dilemma, and encouragement and hope during times of overwhelming adversity. In addition to Paul’s letters ... and J.P. Allen, wrote to the warden advising that shaving his beard and cutting his hair would adversely ...

    From Within These Prison Walls

    The Discovery Process: Spiritual and Secular Parallels

    Selected Article

    Sherilyn Farnes and Roy A. Prete, “The Discovery Process: Spiritual and Secular Parallels,” in Window of Faith: Latter-day Saint Perspectives on World History, ed. Roy A. Prete (Provo, UT: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University, 2005), 231–56. ...

    6. Scenes in Nauvoo after the Martyrdom


    Jeni Broberg Holzapfel and Richard Neitzel Holzapfel, eds., A Woman’s View: Helen Mar Whitney’s Reminiscences of Early Church History (Provo, UT: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University, 1997), 241–267. ...

    From A Woman's View: Helen Mar Whitney's Reminiscences of Early Church History

    2. Rachel R. Grant: The Continuing Legacy of the Feminine Ideal


    of adversity. (This essay was previously published in Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought , 15 ...

    From Supporting Saints: Life Stories of Nineteenth-Century Mormons

    What Is Our Doctrine?


    materials are here to stay and are affecting adversely both Latter-day Saints and the attitudes of those ...

    From Volume 4 Number 3, 2003 of The Religious Educator

    4. William Clayton and the Records of Church History


    in prosperity, and they were my friends; and I now meet them in adversity, and they are still my warmer friends. ...

    From Preserving the History of the Latter-day Saints

    14. "Thy Will Be Done": The Savior's Use of the Divine Passive


    “glorify” with “sanctify” or “make holy” without adversely affecting the meaning of a scriptural verse. ...

    From The Sermon on the Mount in Latter-day Scripture: The 39th Annual BYU Sidney B. Sperry Symposium