Seminary Lesson 15: JS-H 1:66-67; D&C 6-7 PowerPoint

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A 24-slide PowerPoint Presentation for the Seminary Lesson 15: JS-H 1:66–67; D&C 6–7

by Amber Andrus

 

A 24-slide PowerPoint Presentation for the Seminary Lesson 15: JS-H 1:66–67; D&C 6–7

 

"In the spring of 1829 the Prophet Joseph Smith felt a great sense of urgency about the translation of the Book of Mormon. He had found his time to translate severely limited because of the need to labor to support his family. Emma and Joseph’s brother Samuel helped by acting as scribes, but they could not write for him full-time. Joseph had been in possession of the plates for more than a year and a half and, with the loss of the 116 manuscript pages, had only a few pages of translated material to show for it. Joseph prayed that the Lord would send someone who could assist him in the work of translation. In response to Joseph’s prayer, the Lord sent Oliver Cowdery to serve as a scribe." [Introduction from the online lesson at lds.org]