Doctrine and Covenants, 1844

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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there are many things with  which I am not well pleased; behold, he aspi reth to establish his council instead of the coun cil which I have ordained, even the presiden cy of my church, and he setteth up a golden  calf for the worship of my people. Let no  man go from this place who has come here es saying to keep my commandments. If they  live here let them live unto me; and if they  die let them die unto me; for they shall rest  from all their labors here, and shall continue  their works. Therefore, let my servant put his trust in me, and cease to fear con cerning his family, because of the sickness of  the land. If ye love me, keep my command ments, and the sickness of the land shall re dound to your glory.
28 Let my servant go and proclaim  my everlasting gospel, with a loud voice, and  with great joy, as he shall be moved upon by  my spirit, unto the inhabitants of , and  also unto the inhabitants of , and also  unto the inhabitants of , and also  unto the inhabitants of Madison, and await  patiently and diligently for further instruc tions at my general conference, saith the Lord.  If he will do my will, let him from henceforth  hearken to the counsel of my servant Joseph,  and with his interest support the cause of the  poor, and publish the new translation of my  holy word unto the inhabitants of the earth;  and if he will do this, I will bless him with a  multiplicity of blessings, that he shall not be  forsaken, nor his seed be found begging bread.
29 And again, verily I say unto you, let my [p. 406]
there are many things with which I am not well pleased; behold, he aspireth to establish his council instead of the council which I have ordained, even the presidency of my church, and he setteth up a golden calf for the worship of my people. Let no man go from this place who has come here essaying to keep my commandments. If they live here let them live unto me; and if they die let them die unto me; for they shall rest from all their labors here, and shall continue their works. Therefore, let my servant put his trust in me, and cease to fear concerning his family, because of the sickness of the land. If ye love me, keep my commandments, and the sickness of the land shall redound to your glory.
28 Let my servant go and proclaim my everlasting gospel, with a loud voice, and with great joy, as he shall be moved upon by my spirit, unto the inhabitants of , and also unto the inhabitants of , and also unto the inhabitants of , and also unto the inhabitants of Madison, and await patiently and diligently for further instructions at my general conference, saith the Lord. If he will do my will, let him from henceforth hearken to the counsel of my servant Joseph, and with his interest support the cause of the poor, and publish the new translation of my holy word unto the inhabitants of the earth; and if he will do this, I will bless him with a multiplicity of blessings, that he shall not be forsaken, nor his seed be found begging bread.
29 And again, verily I say unto you, let my [p. 406]
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