Source:Hyrum Smith:Liberty Jail:I felt a determination to die, rather than deny the things which my eyes had seen

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Hyrum Smith: "I felt a determination to die, rather than deny the things which my eyes had seen"

After being in Liberty Jail for months under horrific conditions, Hyrum Smith reported,

"I felt a determination to die, rather than deny the things which my eyes had seen, which my hands had handled, and which I had borne testimony to, wherever my lot had been cast."[1]

Notes

  1. Hyrum Smith, "To the Saints scattered abroad," Times and Seasons 1 (November 1839), 20, 23. off-site GospeLink (requires subscrip.)