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22. The Martyrdom study guide

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Name Study Guide C HAPTER 22 “T HE M ARTYRDOM CJO-DHF 1. What did Joseph say was the reason why he felt he should “hasten” and give the Twelve their endowments before the temple was finished? 2. Who led a conspiracy against the prophet that grew to about 200 followers and what was their plan? 3. Why was there only one issue of the Nauvoo Expositor and how did this incident cause trouble for the Prophet? 4. How did Thomas Sharp’s editorial in the Warsaw Signal contribute to the death of the Prophet Joseph Smith? 5. Why did Joseph and Hyrum return to Nauvoo after having successfully crossed the Mississippi River just one week before they were killed? 6. The Prophet Joseph Smith knew the trial in Carthage was an excuse to get him out of Nauvoo in order to kill him. However, what did Joseph know would happen, if he and the
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Unformatted text preview: other leaders did not go to Carthage for trial? 7. Governor Ford was in Carthage for the trial. Why did the Governor feel it necessary to parade Joseph and Hyrum before the troops at Carthage? 8. What happened to each of the following men, who were at Carthage Jail? a. Dan Jones b. Willard Richards c. John Taylor d. Hyrum Smith e. Joseph Smith 9. How did the verse from “A Poor Wayfaring Man of Grief” given in the text especially comfort the four brethren left in Carthage Jail? 10. What was said of Joseph Smith in his eulogy found in Doctrine and Covenants 135? Thought Question: Why is the death of the Prophet Joseph Smith and his brother, Hyrum, referred to as “The Martyrdom?”...
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