A cute, humble man, with a round nose, and crooked glasses. He shook our hands and thanked us for all our work in the church. Thanked us for the beautiful Accra Ghana Temple. How wonderful it was to have a temple. He never thought he would see one in his country. Gratitude and love emanated from him as he continued thanking us. Here was this great man. A modern day Alma the Younger, who taught the gospel full-time for fourteen years and had hundreds of people prepared for baptism when the missionaries arrived in 1978. A man who lives in Holiness to the Lord daily by fully consecrating his life and soul to God. And he was thanking me, and showing me love? I have never felt so honored, yet so ashamed of myself.” 

Living in Holiness to the Lord is a way of life. – Part of the permanent collection in the Church History Museum in Salt Lake City, UT.