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Caffall, James, 1825-1906
Carpenter, Claude I., ?-?
Case, Alice M., 1870-1960
The Standard Divine: Sermon By Hubert Case At Independence, Missouri, October 31, 1921 [from Zion's Ensign vol. 33], 1922 (PDF)
see also Zion's Ensign
Sermon by Seventy Hubert Case. He states, "As a people we have adopted a standard. That standard is contained in the three books of this church, the Bible, Book of Mormon, and Book of Doctrine and Covenants. We examine ourselves by this standard to see whether we are in the faith. In it we have that by which we can test every individual, and every man's belief. Throw that standard away, and we have nothing by which to make a test. This standard is a God-given standard. It is his eternal truth. It cannot be overthrown. It stands to-day just as immutable and firm as it ever did. With our wonderful standard before us, and the accumulation of the ages, by way of testimony, we are steadied and inspired for our work. It doesn't make any difference who falls away from the standard, or who denies the faith, the standard is true just the same. The principles are true. And furthermore, he who has come to that standard has no need of the testimony of men, for he knows he has come into a condition of acceptance with God."
Come To The Waters Of Salvation [Audio Sermon], 1972 (mp3)
Audio sermon by Oscar Case at The Campus, Independence, Missouri, USA on Monday, July 24, 1972, on his 100th birthday. Brother Case shares several experiences including being spoken to in tongues about his calling to the ministry. He also shares about a vision he received of seeing the surface of the earth change for the Saints in the Millennium and the ushering in of the great Millennium and the Lord coming to the earth, seeing the Temple to be built in the City of Zion and the evidences of the Lord's coming. Brother Case was ordained an Elder June 3, 1894 by J. W. Wight and a Seventy in 1901 by James Caffall, and served under General Church appointment for 13 years beginning in 1894. Brother Case preached annually at the Campus on his birthday starting at the age of 96 and continued each year until he was 103.
Cheville, Roy A., 1897-1986
Endowment For Witnessing [Audio Sermon], n.d. (mp3)
48 minute sermon. Brother Cheville discusses the great commission and sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ. He also relates several experiences where he was spoken to in tongues about his ministry and how he was converted to the gospel through endowed witnessing.
Cooper, Francis M., 1850-1925
Cornish, J. J., 1854-1937
Cowdery, Elizabeth Ann (Whitmer), 1815-1892
Cowdery, Oliver 1806-1850
Curry, Earl R., 1890-1980
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