No Weapon That is Formed Against You Shall Prosper

Insight to Come Follow Me - D&C 71-75

In 1846, Wilford was almost killed by a falling tree. 

The accident broke his sternum and three ribs, and also caused severe internal injuries. It was only one of more than two dozen incidents that threatened his life. A list of these incidents follows, humbling indeed to know what an apostle endured.

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Time Machine

Go back in time with Wilford Woodruff

Steve Harper, Executive Editor of the Wilford Woodruff Papers Project, provides a glimpse of the value of Wilford’s journals and other writings in this 75-second video. The papers are Wilford's first-hand account of the unfolding of the Restoration.

1840 Was A Very Good Year

Wilford's Mission Among The United Brethren

“The ministers of the Church of England sent three church clerks to see what I was doing,” said Wilford Woodruff, “and I baptized them.” This is only one of the remarkable stories of Wilford Woodruff on his mission to England. Among those who heard the message of the restored gospel in 1840, one thousand eight hundred were baptized, one-third of them members of the United Brethren church.

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How Temple Doctrine Developed

Continuing Revelation After the Death of Joseph Smith

As temples rush to open their doors again, it’s a great time to brush up on the development of temple doctrine through Wilford Woodruff’s eyewitness account. After the deaths of Joseph Smith, Brigham Young, and John Taylor, it was Wilford Woodruff who expanded family sealings, protected the temples from seizure by the United States government, and opened the final door for the fulfillment of the mission of Elijah.

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