Elder Joseph B. Wirthlin
Elder Joseph B. Wirthlin died on December 2008. He was called to the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles October 4, 1986, prior to that he was in the Presidency of the Seventy.
Here is an interesting article about the life of Elder Joseph B. Wirthlin. Some highlights from the article:
- He believed in a daily plan of each day's activities. "I make a schedule of what I am going to do and stick to it. I have learned that half an hour of planning will save several hours during the day."
- "There is an old proverb," Elder Wirthlin was wont to say, "which says, 'An inch of gold will not buy an inch of time.' We must put a sufficiently high value on time. It is valuable and should not be wasted."
General Conference Talks By Elder Joseph B. Wirthlin
Come What May, and Love It:
Concern For The One:
The Great Commandment:
Life Lessons Learned:
Sunday Will Come:
The Abundant Life