The Autobiography of Parley Parker Pratt is the posthumous autobiography of Latter Day Saint apostle Parley P. Pratt. It was compiled from Pratt’s writings. The autobiography of Parley Parker Pratt, one of the twelve apostles of the Church of Jesus by Pratt, Parley P. (Parley Parker), Mormon Literature Sampler: Biography. The Autobiography of Parley P. Pratt. A complete version of this work is currently online here.
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I, of course, knew all of the autobioggaphy, the key players, the major events, but my specific knowledge was lacking. He brought many hundreds of souls to the knowledge of Christ and his teachings.
In Parley P. Oct 28, Jason rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: From the moment of his conversion, Parley P. I really enjoyed the Autobiography of Parley P. Worth reading and rereading.
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Embarkation of the Saints at Liverpool, by Ken Baxter. If you want an objective perspective, an autobiography is rarely the answer.
Pratt, a beloved Apostle and missionary, was an eyewitness to the rolling forth of the newly restored gospel. Pratt By Matthew J. He walked into the country where he introduced himslef, intending to preach that evening, when a baptist deacon named Hamblin told of s very strange book, translated by the power of God.
Inthen 23, Parley felt a call to abandon his farm and preach the gospel, believing that God would provide financially for him and Thankful. Parley’s autobiography is a worthy addition to my Thousander list. Parley surely is one of the great defenders of the Prophet and more importantly the Gospel, and most importantly of Christ.
Pratt for his hymns, and was pleased to find his prose just as accessible and uplifting. Kimball, a fellow Apostle, blessed Parley with specific promises: Jul 23, David Sylvester rated it it was amazing. Pratt This book is an interesting look into the life of one of the first apostles of this dispensation, Parley P.
I didn’t enjoy that portion of the book nearly as much as the rest. He worked his entire life towards being an obedient and faithful servant of God.
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Full-text searching is available within public or ;ratt collectionsand within individual items. I guess others have had a hard time with that, but I love history and journal entries, so I thought it was just as fascinating, even if it wasn’t as smooth.
Joseph Smith the Prophet Truman G. Parley Parker Pratt, Sr. I loved the first part of the book when it talked about the beginnings of the church. The autobiography of Parley Parker Pratt, one of the twelve apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, embracing his life, ministry and travels, pxrley extracts, in prose and verse, from his miscellaneous writings. This was described to me as the real “Work and the Glory” and I would agree.
He was blessed with a poetic mind, a romantic spirit, and an engaging style, and his voluminous writings ensured that the Latter-day Saint message received an eloquent defense.
Robinson were taken prisoner by Missouri militiamen. Still, the book shows the Restored Gospel at its best. Jared was a weaver and farmer who occasionally taught school.
Mormon Literature Sampler: Autobiography of Parley P. Pratt
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Can’t you at least see why it would be hard to understand? The life of a disciple is not an easy one as he learned – as so maybe many of our lives.
I am a member of pqrley Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day saints and really enjoyed reading the autobiography of one of the early members of the restored church.
Parley traveled to many different settings and most of the time he tells he had to travel on foot, he states. The following spring, Parley—deeply in debt and with Thankful seriously ill—hesitated about serving another mission. Over the next four months, Parley and his companions traveled some 1, miles, mostly on foot, to Missouri, preaching to various tribes.
That is exactly what I got from this book – and I loved it! He was led by the Spirit to get off a boat before his scheduled spot and was guided to the Pp of Mormon. Specifically there are some fun things about this book: Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Every LDS should read this book.
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