Doctrine and Covenants, 1844

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shall give him in the very hour, what he shall  say, and these signs shall follow him: he shall  heal the sick, he shall cast out devils, and shall  be delivered from those who would administer  unto him deadly poison; and he shall be led  in paths where the poisonous serpent cannot  lay hold upon his heel, and he shall mount up  in the imagination of his thoughts as upon  eagle’s wings; and what if I will that he should  raise the dead, let him not withhold his voice.  Therefore let my servant cry aloud  and spare not, with joy and rejoicing, and  with hosannas to him that sitteth upon the  throne forever and ever, saith the Lord your  God.
31 Behold I say unto you, I have a mission  in store for my servant and my ser vant , and for them alone; and let my  servant Joseph tarry at home, for he is needed;  the remainder I will shew unto you hereafter:  even so; Amen.
32 And again, verily I say unto you, if my  servant will serve me and be council lor unto my servant Joseph, let him arise and  come up and stand in the office of his calling,  and humble himself before me; and if he will  offer unto me an acceptable offering, and ac knowledgements, and remain with my people,  behold, I the Lord your God will heal him  that he shall be healed; and he shall lift up his  voice again on the mountains, and be a spokes man before my face. Let him come and lo cate his family in the neighborhood in which  my servant Joseph resides, and in all his jour neyings let him lift up his voice as with the [p. 408]
shall give him in the very hour, what he shall say, and these signs shall follow him: he shall heal the sick, he shall cast out devils, and shall be delivered from those who would administer unto him deadly poison; and he shall be led in paths where the poisonous serpent cannot lay hold upon his heel, and he shall mount up in the imagination of his thoughts as upon eagle’s wings; and what if I will that he should raise the dead, let him not withhold his voice. Therefore let my servant cry aloud and spare not, with joy and rejoicing, and with hosannas to him that sitteth upon the throne forever and ever, saith the Lord your God.
31 Behold I say unto you, I have a mission in store for my servant and my servant , and for them alone; and let my servant Joseph tarry at home, for he is needed; the remainder I will shew unto you hereafter: even so; Amen.
32 And again, verily I say unto you, if my servant will serve me and be councillor unto my servant Joseph, let him arise and come up and stand in the office of his calling, and humble himself before me; and if he will offer unto me an acceptable offering, and acknowledgements, and remain with my people, behold, I the Lord your God will heal him that he shall be healed; and he shall lift up his voice again on the mountains, and be a spokesman before my face. Let him come and locate his family in the neighborhood in which my servant Joseph resides, and in all his journeyings let him lift up his voice as with the [p. 408]
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