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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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unto them, and made known from on high, even by  the Comforter, whither they shall go.
5. And again verily I say unto you that every  man who is obliged to provide for his own family, let  him provide and he shall in no wise lose his reward crown;  and let him labor in the . Let every man be  diligent in all things. And the idler shall not have  place in the church, except he repents and mends  his ways. Wherefore let my Servant, ,  and my servant , be united in the min istry. And also my servant , and my ser vant . Also my servant , and my servant ; and  also my servant and my servant  , and also my servant and my servant ; and also  my servant Ruggles Eames and my servant ; and also my servant Micah B. Welton  and also my servant ; even so. Amen.

25 January–16 February 1832 • Wednesday–Thursday

Upon my return from , I resumed the translation of the scriptures, From  sundry revelations which had been received, it was ap parent that many important points, touching the  Salvation of man, had been taken from the Bible,  or lost before it was compiled. It appeared self  evident from what truths were left, that if God  rewarded every one according to the deeds done in  the body, the term “heaven”, as intended for the  Saints eternal home, must include more king doms than one. Accordingly on the 16th of  February, 1832. while translating St John’s Gospel,  myself and Saw the following
1. Hear, O ye heavens, and give ear, O earth, and  rejoice ye inhabitants thereof, for the Lord is God,  and beside him there is no Savior; great is his  wisdom; marvellous are his ways; and the extent  of his doings none can find out; his purposes [p. 183]
unto them, and made known from on high, even by the Comforter, whither they shall go.
5. And again verily I say unto you that every man who is obliged to provide for his own family, let him provide and he shall in no wise lose his crown; and let him labor in the . Let every man be diligent in all things. And the idler shall not have place in the church, except he repents and mends his ways. Wherefore let my Servant, , and my servant , be united in the ministry. And also my servant , and my servant . Also my servant , and my servant ; and also my servant and my servant , and also my servant and my servant ; and also my servant Ruggles Eames and my servant ; and also my servant Micah B. Welton and also my servant ; even so. Amen.

25 January–16 February 1832 • Wednesday–Thursday

Upon my return from , I resumed the translation of the scriptures, From sundry revelations which had been received, it was apparent that many important points, touching the Salvation of man, had been taken from the Bible, or lost before it was compiled. It appeared self evident from what truths were left, that if God rewarded every one according to the deeds done in the body, the term “heaven”, as intended for the Saints eternal home, must include more kingdoms than one. Accordingly on the 16th of February, 1832. while translating St John’s Gospel, myself and Saw the following
1. Hear, O ye heavens, and give ear, O earth, and rejoice ye inhabitants thereof, for the Lord is God, and beside him there is no Savior; great is his wisdom; marvellous are his ways; and the extent of his doings none can find out; his purposes [p. 183]
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