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Joseph Smith the Prophet-Teacher: A Discourse
|Title||Joseph Smith the Prophet-Teacher: A Discourse|
|Year of Publication||1908|
|Number of Pages||77|
|Publisher||The Deseret News|
|City||Salt Lake City|
|Keywords||Doctrine; Revelation; Salvation; Smith, Joseph, Jr.; United States History|
"Tomorrow will be the one hundred and second anniversary of the birth of Joseph Smith, whom most of you here present believe was a Prophet of God. I have been invited to say something about him on this occasion. It is not at all my intention to deal with the incidents of Joseph Smith's eventful life; these are familiar to you. If I could attain the full desire of my heart, I would like to set before you somewhat the value of this man as a teacher of great truths. I desire to speak of him as a Prophet-Teacher, that is, as a Prophet acting in his capacity of Teacher, a Prophet's highest and noblest office."
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