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Unveiling Sacred History: Treasures from the LDS Restoration | Church History Museum Exhibit 2024

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Embark on a journey through sacred history at the Church History Museum’s latest exhibit, “Treasures from the Restoration of the Gospel of Jesus Christ,” open from March 25 to October 26, 2024. Delve into the profound significance of recently acquired artifacts from the Community of Christ, marking a pivotal moment in religious history.

Discover rare glimpses into the past, including pages from the Book of Commandments and Revelations, Joseph Smith’s inspired Bible revisions, and a manuscript history of the Church by John Whitmer. Marvel at the original door of Liberty Jail and intimate letters between Joseph Smith and his wife Emma. Immerse yourself in portraits capturing the essence of Joseph and Emma Smith’s lives.

Join us to reflect on the divine nature of revelation, find solace in the teachings of Jesus Christ, and gain insight into the personal life of Prophet Joseph Smith. Don’t miss this extraordinary opportunity to connect with sacred artifacts that embody the restoration of faith.

The following are on display:

-Pages from the Book of Commandments and Revelations, containing parts of the text of revelatons that were later published in the Doctrine and Covenants.
-A page from a manuscript containing Joseph Smith’s inspired revision, or “new translation,” of the Bible, along with the printed Bible he used during his work on the revision.
-A document purported to contain characters illustrative of those on the gold plates.
-A manuscript history of the Church from circa 1830 to 1847, written by John Whitmer.
-The original door of Liberty Jail.
-Letters from Joseph Smith to his wife Emma.
-Portraits of Joseph and Emma Smith painted during their lifetimes.

For a deeper exploration, delve into the fascinating details of these acquisitions in our Church History Library Blog article. Plan your visit now and witness history come to life.

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