Thomas S. Monson’s Priesthood Session Intro of Pres. Hinckley

Request For Information:  I have been scouring the Internet looking for a transcript or, ideally, an audio or video copy of President Monson’s off the cuff mini-talk while introducing Pres. Hinckley at Priesthood Session of LDS General Conference.  In this, he told the story of the red-headed boy and also very passionately expressed his love and admiration for President Hinckley.  It was extremely touching and I would love to have some sort of full record of it.   Hopefully they will put it on the CD’s when they are released or in the Ensign.   Thanks for your help!

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3 responses to “Thomas S. Monson’s Priesthood Session Intro of Pres. Hinckley

  1. Pingback: Thomas S. Monson’s Priesthood Session Intro of Pres. Hinckley | Latest Blog News

  2. Here is the truth about the Mormon Religion.

    http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-4464207013217006489

    Look, I guess I can believe in White Native Americans as I even saw a show on the Discovery Channel posing the possibility of some migration from Europe. In the video it said that the group from Asia and the group from Europe at some point co-mingled.

    BUT, we are talking about long before the Jews came into being. So, no there were no Jews in America in pre-historic times.

    http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-4464207013217006489

    Or as they say in this video.

    Dumb, dumb, dumb, dumb, dumb.

  3. Swint

    Your right there were no Jews in America in pre-historic times. Jews are members of the Tribe of Judah, the people in America were from, primarily, the Tribe of Joseph through Mannaseh.

    You even mention that there were multiple groups in America (European and Asian). So why is it out of the realm of possibility that there was a group from the palestine region that came also? The people in the Book of Mormon never claim to be the only people living on the continent, in fact, Mormon Studies at BYU believe that the BOM people were most likely located in south-central Mexico and agrees that there were other groups in central, south and north America.

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