Gospel Diamond Dust, Volume One

by W. Cleon Skousen

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This book of inspirational speeches given by W. Cleon Skousen contains some of the fascinating gospel “diamonds” that he has discovered and shared with audiences during a lifetime of speaking, writing, and research. Footnotes and references have been added to help the reader further pursue these interesting subjects.

Some of the speeches which have been included are his well-known “A Personal Search for the Meaning of the Atonement,” “Palestine in Prophecy,” “Building Balanced Children” and “Prophecy and Modern Times.” Fourteen other fascinating speeches teach important doctrines about the Savior, the Church, the youth of the Church, the Old Testament, the Book of Mormon and latter-day prophecies. In these speeches, Brother Skousen covers a subject in a few brush strokes that would normally fill many volumes, making it possible to quickly grasp a larger picture of God’s plan of happiness for the human race.

W. Cleon Skousen has a special gift to make complex subjects easily understandable, which he teaches in an entertaining and enlightening manner. Each of the talks in this book are the result of many years of research. Readers of this book will truly discover a treasure trove of what he called “gospel diamond dust.”

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