REVELATION given to Ross W. LeBaron, at East Mill Creek, Utah, in the spring of 1940. While walking home, a distance of about two miles, I was praying to know whether it was the Lord’s will that my sister Lucinda should marry John Butchereit or not. My father would not give his consent, but I … Continue reading Ross LeBaron: The Heir of Joseph Smith
REVELATION given to Ross W. LeBaron, at Kingman, Ariz., April 1940. At the time I was working for Uncle Conway LeBaron. He was painting the Masonic temple there. He read to me a small tract or leaflet, on the attributes of the Holy Ghost published by the Church. It stated that the Holy Ghost was … Continue reading Ross LeBaron: Joseph Smith, the Holy Ghost
“Steve, do you know why the planets stay in orbit?,” Ross LeBaron asked. In this interview, Steve McKinley tells about meeting Ross LeBaron for the first time and his teachings about agency. Reference McKinley, Steve. Interview given to Antonio Trevisan on April 11, 2014.
The fulness of the priesthood and his ordination by his father in 1950 are explained by Ross W. LeBaron in the following excerpt of Priesthood Expounded. THE FULNESS OF THE PRIESTHOOD D. & C. 124:28 To understand the doctrine of the priesthood, it is necessary to have the knowledge that Adam is God, and that he … Continue reading Ross LeBaron: The Fulness of the Priesthood
REVELATION given to patriarch Ross W. LeBaron, at the home of H. Chase Kimball, in Salt Lake City, April 3rd, 1951. My father had recently passed away, and I was concerned over what course to follow in connection with the patriarchal work he had given me in the spring of 1950, and received the following … Continue reading Ross LeBaron and Joseph Musser
REVELATION given to Patriarch Ross W. LeBaron, at Drake, Arizona, June 5, 1962. I had been studing the scriptures concerning the ‘Mighty and Strong’, the ‘Root of Jesse’, and other prophecies relating to the time of the restoration, when the Lord would set his hand again the second time to recover the remnant of his … Continue reading Ross LeBaron: Hearken to the Voice of the Lord