History, 1838–1856, volume A-1 [23 December 1805–30 August 1834]

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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the Revelations may be published, and go forth unto the ends of the earth, that they also may obtain funds which shall benefit the , in all things; that they also may render themselves approved in all things and be accounted as wise stewards. And now, behold this shall be an ensample for all the extensive [HC 1:240] of my church, in whatsoever land they shall be established. And now I make an end of my sayings. Amen.
5. A few words in addition to the , respecting the members of the church; they that are appointed by the Holy Spirit to go up unto Zion; and they who are privileged to go up unto Zion: Let them carry up unto the a certificate from three of the church, or a certificate from the , otherwise he who shall go up unto the land of Zion, shall not be accounted as a wise . This is also an ensample. Amen.
December 1831–January 1832
<See Note A. page 179.> Upon the reception of the foregoing word of the Lord, I re-commenced the translation of the scriptures, and labored diligently till Just <about the first> before the Conference, which was to commence on the 25th of January. During this period I also received the following as
An Explanation of the epistle to the first Corinthians, 7th. Chapter, 14th verse.
1 For the unbelieving husband is sanctified by the wife, and the unbelieving wife is sanctified by the husband, else were your children unclean, but now are they holy.
2 Now in the days of the Apostles the law of circumcision was had among all the Jews, who believed not the Gospel of Jesus Christ. And it came to pass that there arose a great contention among the people concerning the law of circumcision, for the unbelieving husband was desirous that his children should [p. 178]
the Revelations may be published, and go forth unto the ends of the earth, that they also may obtain funds which shall benefit the , in all things; that they also may render themselves approved in all things and be accounted as wise stewards. And now, behold this shall be an ensample for all the extensive [HC 1:240] of my church, in whatsoever land they shall be established. And now I make an end of my sayings. Amen.
5. A few words in addition to the , respecting the members of the church; they that are appointed by the Holy Spirit to go up unto Zion; and they who are privileged to go up unto Zion: Let them carry up unto the a certificate from three of the church, or a certificate from the , otherwise he who shall go up unto the land of Zion, shall not be accounted as a wise . This is also an ensample. Amen.
December 1831–January 1832
See Note A. page 179. Upon the reception of the foregoing word of the Lord, I re-commenced the translation of the scriptures, and labored diligently till January. During this period I also received the following as
An Explanation of the epistle to the first Corinthians, 7th. Chapter, 14th verse.
1 For the unbelieving husband is sanctified by the wife, and the unbelieving wife is sanctified by the husband, else were your children unclean, but now are they holy.
2 Now in the days of the Apostles the law of circumcision was had among all the Jews, who believed not the Gospel of Jesus Christ. And it came to pass that there arose a great contention among the people concerning the law of circumcision, for the unbelieving husband was desirous that his children should [p. 178]
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