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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
Page 465
image
to be built in , and rehearsed the promise to the   in the last days, which they were to realize, after the   was built. then related  a few items of a vision, which he gave as a testimony of those  things contained in the revelation read by , and  his remarks thereon, Smith explained the revelation  concerning the building of the .
then spoke on the third item, the spreading of  the word of the Lord; followed by several of the brethren.
Brother Thomas Tripp s <case>, was then presented. Bro David  Evans said that Bro Tripp took a sister by the hand while going  home from meeting; and, also, was guilty of other impropri eties with another sister, by drawing her breasts, and had  sought witness against a sister in good standing from  a wicked woman in the world; The voted  that Thomas Tripp be excluded from this , <for improper in consequence of his imprudent conduct> with the  privilege of an appeal for to the in
President Smith then certain children  and blessed them in the name of the Lord.  administerd the . There were present seven   and thirteen Elders. Adjourned to the Mon day preceeding the second sunday in September. closed by singing  “Now my remnant of Days,” &c. (signed) , Clerk of Conference.”

22–23 April 1834 • Tuesday–Wednesday

April 22, I returned to . 23d, assembled  in with Elders , , ,  , and , and united in asking  the Lord to give Elder influence over Brother  , and to <to> obtain the money which he has gone  to borrow for us, or cause him to come to this place and  give bring it himself. I also received the following:
Revelation given to Enoch [JS], concerning the order of the  Church for the benefit of the poor. April 23d. 1834,
1. Verily I say unto you my friends, I give unto you  counsel and a , concerning all the prop erties which belong to the order, which I commanded to be  organized and established, to be an , and  an everlasting order for the benefit of my church, and for  the Salvation of men until I come, with promise im mutable and unchangeable, that inasmuch as those [p. 465]
to be built in , and rehearsed the promise to the in the last days, which they were to realize, after the was built. then related a few items of a vision, which he gave as a testimony of those things contained in the revelation read by , and his remarks thereon, Smith explained the revelation concerning the building of the .
then spoke on the third item, the spreading of the word of the Lord; followed by several of the brethren.
The voted that Thomas Tripp be excluded from this , in consequence of his imprudent conduct with the privilege of an appeal to the in
President Smith then certain children and blessed them in the name of the Lord. administerd the . There were present seven and thirteen Elders. Adjourned to the Monday preceeding the second sunday in September. closed by singing “Now my remnant of Days,” &c. (signed) , Clerk of Conference.”

22–23 April 1834 • Tuesday–Wednesday

April 22, I returned to . 23d, assembled in with Elders , , , , and , and united in asking the Lord to give Elder influence over Brother , to obtain the money which he has gone to borrow for us, or cause him to come to this place and bring it himself. I also received the following:
Revelation given to Enoch [JS], concerning the order of the Church for the benefit of the poor. April 23d. 1834,
1. Verily I say unto you my friends, I give unto you counsel and a , concerning all the properties which belong to the order, which I commanded to be organized and established, to be an , and an everlasting order for the benefit of my church, and for the Salvation of men until I come, with promise immutable and unchangeable, that inasmuch as those [p. 465]
Page 465