Hugh B Brown was fairly old when
I First Him Talk In The first heard him talk in the 60 s at BYU His currant bush story sticks with me I remember a devotional where he entered the room needing significant support from others My first recollection of Hugh B Brown was when I was a small boy in church He was then a young veteran of World War I He had served as a major with Canada's mounted infantry He was speaker in our ward I cannot remember what he said those many years ago But I could not forget him His name became a household favorite in my father's home It is in ours today It doubtless holds a simil. O just make it to his seat He could barely stand when it was his time to speak but when he started talking it was obvious that the Spirit lifted and supported him he spoke with such strength and vigor it was hard to. Ar lace in thousands of other homes across the broad horizons of the Church Hugh B Brown has a way of making young eople want to be good for the sheer adventure of
it He can take truths that otherwise seem dull and give them an exciting freshness His messages have He can take truths that otherwise seem dull and give them an exciting freshness His messages have oetic manliness that sinks right into the sinew of the soul Elder Brown can be both solidly ractical and inspiri. ,
Summary é eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ↠ Hugh B. BrownRelate it to the old man who
had shuffled into the room moments before This book conveys some of that spiritual strength and wisdomshuffled into the room moments before This book conveys some of that spiritual strength and wisdom it would be too much to ask for it to be eual to listening to him in The Brother-Offended Checklist person. Ngly lofty His own life is like that He has excelled as a soldier He has succeeded in business and law in two countries For decades he has been in demand as a speaker and teacher Hundreds have taken theirersonal roblems to him for counsel Thousands have followed him as a
Church Leader He Is Eually Happy Withleader He is eually happy with book or a five iron but there is no joy to him like that of his fami.