On April 6, 1983, Elder Featherstone drafted a letter addressed to twenty- first century members of the Church. Abstract: In this essay, I examine a letter written by Elder Vaughn J. Featherstone in 1983 and deposited in the cornerstone of the Atlanta Georgia Temple. game, hangs around here all the time, and has eyes like an eagle’s. In a real sense, life is like the mountain peak quest. The letter is addressed to twenty-first century members of the Church and is written with the expectation that these future Saints will have been alive for the Second Coming of Jesus Christ. We love you. Then slowly my arm grew weary Upholding the shining load And my tired feet went stumbling Over the dusty road. [Page 310] The Letter. We are grateful to you for your great faith in Christ. It would be deposited in a time capsule at the dedication of the Atlanta Georgia Temple presumably, like other Church time capsules, to be opened fifty years later. [Page 310]The Letter On April 6, 1983, Elder Featherstone drafted a letter addressed to twenty- first century members of the Church. It would be deposited in a time capsule at the dedication of the Atlanta Georgia Temple presumably, like other Church time capsules, to be opened fifty years later. Over rough trails, through creeks and streams, across meadows and up steep, narrow trails, always the challenge is ahead. duly 16, 1983 Dear Fellow Varsity Scouts and Leaders: Again I greet you on this high mountain peak, where the air is fresh and only the committed stand. I fell with the torch beneath me. Vaughn J. Featherstone 50 year time capsule letter for the Atlanta GA Temple in 1983 to be opened in 2033 To my beloved fellow saints in the twenty-first century, God bless you. ... VAUGHN J. FEATHERSTONE ... was given at BYU on 5 June 1983.