Faith Precedes the Miracle (1972)

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Faith Precedes the Miracle (1972)

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Where can I find Spencer W Kimball's Faith Precedes the Miracle (1972)? If not on lds.org where would it be in audible format?
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That talk was given in 1952 – I'm not sure if General Conference was recorded that far back (in any case, LDS.org and Gospel Library only have recordings back to 1971). The text of the talk can be found here:
http://scriptures.byu.edu/gettalk.php?ID=607
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Or were you looking for the book?
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If you're talking about the book, I'd suggest checking with a bookstore that deals with LDS books, such as Deseret Book.
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russellhltn wrote:If you're talking about the book, I'd suggest checking with a bookstore that deals with LDS books, such as Deseret Book.
Cheaper at Amazon, but in stock at both places. You can also check out and read an electronic copy at no cost, if you are so inclined. Google is your friend.

Or ask a friend in your ward who has old Church books if you might borrow it.
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