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Like a Fire Burning (Work and the Glory) (edition 2001)

by Gerald N. Lund (Author)

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The epic saga of the Steed family continues in Volume 2. Swept up in the great drama as the infant Church expands and spreads westward into Ohio and Missouri, the Steeds become eyewitnesses of miracles as well as the horrors of mob mayhem.
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Title:Like a Fire Burning (Work and the Glory)
Authors:Gerald N. Lund (Author)
Info:Bookcraft Pubs (2001), 514 pages
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The Steed family gathers in Kirtland, Ohio. The Missourians attack the LDS Saints, Zion's camp is gathered, and the Kirtland temple is dedicated. Great history of the LDS Church. ( )
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The epic saga of the Steed family continues in Volume 2. Swept up in the great drama as the infant Church expands and spreads westward into Ohio and Missouri, the Steeds become eyewitnesses of miracles as well as the horrors of mob mayhem.

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