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Orson Hyde Dedicates the Holy Land (1933)

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Orson Hyde Dedicates the Holy Land (1933)

by Joseph S. Hyde

$6.95

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On October 24, 1841, a Sunday, Elder Orson Hyde of the Quorum of the Twelve climbed the Mount of Olives. There, with pen and paper, he recorded a prayer of dedication previously given him by revelation.
 

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On October 24, 1841, a Sunday, Elder Orson Hyde of the Quorum of the Twelve climbed the Mount of Olives. There, with pen and paper, he recorded a prayer of dedication previously given him by revelation. In the prayer, he asked the Lord to inspire “kings and the powers of the earth” to help “restore the kingdom unto Israel.” He also prayed that the Lord would remember his promises to all the descendants of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. In the years since that prayer, we have seen the fulfillment of many of Elder Hyde’s requests. The Lord’s Spirit began to move among Jews throughout the world. Many who were not even aware of their Jewish ancestry began feeling restlessly Jewish; others who had ignored their heritage felt their hearts begin to turn. A common desire began to build among many Jews to find their roots in their ancient homeland. 67 pages

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ISBN 9781732697638
Author Joseph S. Hyde
Age Group 16+
Book Type paperback

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