An alternative interpretation, described by Kent Huff, is that the Saints’ only real attempt at a formal consecration effort was for disaster relief.In fact, according to Huff, the Saints in general did not deed their property to the Church as we’ve learned in Church history classes.On the other hand, marriages between two Mormons, especially when realized in a Mormon temple, have remarkably low rates of divorce. Additionally, marriage plays a much larger role in Mormon theology than in the theology of other Christian religions.While all Christian religions emphasize the importance of marriage, in Mormonism marriage is considered essential for progression in the next life.Specifically, special marriage ceremonies realized in Mormon temples are essential.
Starting as an eleven-man organization in charge of Church business and operating under consecration principles, the united order — actually called — transformed into the Corporation of the President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.A year later, she moved to Ohio to become a part of a larger LDS Church in Kirtland. In 1844, Hyrum was killed, and Fielding moved to Utah with her family. Recognized to be one of the first documented African-American women to get into Utah, Jane Elizabeth Manning James was born on May 11, 1813 in Wilton, Connecticut, and was an LDS Church member who lived with the Smith family in Nauvoo, Illinois.She met Hyrum Smith and married him on December 24, 1837. She was adopted by Joseph Smith and his family as a servant, after she petitioned that the First Presidency should be sealed and endowed.When she turned 23 years old, she, along with two of her siblings, moved to Toronto, Canada.In 1836, Fielding and her siblings were welcomed, through baptism, to the LDS Church. She died of pneumonia on September 21, 1852 in Salt Lake City.: "There is no God but God, and Muhammad is his Prophet." There is no other official creed to which one must adhere to be considered a Muslim.