5--History--Sacrifice and Blessings in Nauvoo

5-History-Sacrific - Nauvoo Gathering to Nauvoo ,theSaints movedfromtheQuincy, .Withinafewyears,Nauvoo What were t

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Sacrifice and Blessings in  Nauvoo
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Gathering to Nauvoo
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After Joseph Smith was released from the Liberty Jail, the Saints  moved from the Quincy, Illinois area up to Nauvoo which lay  about 35 miles to the north.  Within a few years, Nauvoo  became on of the largest cities in the Illinois. 
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What were the circumstances which led to the Nauvoo gathering? Extermination Order by Governor Boggs Nobody else wanted the land Saints bought poor swamp lands from Isaac Galland Isaac Galland
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The loveliest place & best people Joseph Smith stated as he left Nauvoo, “This is the loveliest place and the best people under the heavens.” Where did these noble people come from? Eastern United States Canada the South at least 25% from Great Britain
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Migration Routes to Nauvoo What routes did they travel to get to Nauvoo?
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The Prophet Joseph Smith, Jr. 7. And ye are called to bring to  pass the gathering of mine  elect; for mine elect hear my  voice and harden not their  hearts; 8. Wherefore the decree hath  gone forth from the Father that  they shall be gathered in unto  one place upon the face of this  land… Why did they Come?
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Joseph Smith received the Keys of the Gathering in the Kirtland Temple on April 3, 1836
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Heber C.  Kimball LDS Apostle 
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Orson Hyde LDS  Apostle
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Garrick; Vessel which brought the first Latter-day Saint Missionaries to Great Britain
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Captain of the Garrick  Nathaniel B. Palmer
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The Apostles  who Served in  the British  Mission in  1840-1841
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Sacrifices of Nauvoo Missionaries Members of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles were called by the  Prophet to serve missions in England. Others were called to proclaim  the gospel throughout the United States, eastern Canada, and the  Pacific Islands. These brethren made great sacrifices in order to respond to the call of  the Lord. Many men were ill with the ague, “an infectious disease that  included fever and chills.” Brigham Young, Heber C. Kimball,  Wilford Woodruff were just a few among the victims.  These missionaries brought thousands into the Church  
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Don’t Expect Perfection!
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