115 years ago today - Mar 19, 1905; Sunday

President Joseph F. Smith, alluding to his testimony on the subject of revelation, which was given on the occasion of the Reed Smoot investigation in Washington [D.C.], and over which much controversy had arisen, declared that while he had never received from God a revelation on some new doctrine or commandment, to be written and preserved and handed down as a law to the Church, he had been guided, from the day of his baptism to the present, by divine influence, and had been aided time and again by the spirit of God in his work in the ministry, and strongly expressed the wish that if, in his day, some new revelation should be needed by the Church, he might be worthy to receive it.

[Salt Lake Stake High Council Minutes]

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