Shortly before his death in April 1914 Alexander
Neibauer, a Jewish convert from England, testified to his son that he had seen the Savior.
 
     
  In Oct.3, 1918 Pres. Joseph F. Smith beheld a vision of Christ in the spirit world.
This occured while President Smith was home, contemplating the scriptures. His revelation can be read in Section 138 of the Doctrine and Covenants.
 
     
     
  Between Jan 7, 1919 & April 1920, while doing missionary
work at the Fort Peck Reservation, Elder Melvin J. Ballard dreamed of Christ appearing to him in the Salt Lake Temple.
 
     
  On May 10, 1921 Pres. David O. McKay while serving in Apia,
Samoa had a vision wherein he witnessed the Savior by the same
means as Thomas, the doubting apostle.
 

 

 

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Scriptures Missing from the Bible (1st Nephi 13:24-29 )
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