History, circa 1841, draft [Draft 3]

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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physician unto the church but not unto the  world for they will not recieve you
And Go your way whither whithersoevr I will  and it shall be given you by the comforter  what you shall do and whithe[r] you shall go  Pray always lest you enter into temptations and  loose your reward Be faithful unto the  end and lo I am with you These words are  not of man nor of men but of me even  Jesus Christ Your redeemer by the will  of the Father Amen
During this conference which continued  three days the most perfect harmony prevailed  and every thing was settled to the satisfaction  of all parties concerned and all the Saints  manifested a desire to go go forward and  labour with all their powers to spread the great  and glorious principles of truth which our  heavenly father had revealed to us
Many who had not heretofore heretofore obeyed  the Gospel now came forward and were babtised  and recieved the Holy Ghost by the laying on  of hands by the p
A great desire Many of the Elders  became very anxious to know their duty relative  to the Lamanites (Indians) of the west;  knowing that the purposes of God were great  towards them and hoping that the time had  come when the promises of God should be fulfilled  and they should recieve the gospel and recieve  and enjoy the blessings of the gospel
This desire became so prevelant the [that] we concluded  to enquire of the Lord respecting the propriety of  embassadors to them; which we did and recieved  the followin[g] Revelation to and   given Oct. 1830 [p. 100]
physician unto the church but not unto the world for they will not recieve you
Go your way whithersoevr I will and it shall be given you by the comforter what you shall do and whither you shall go Pray always lest you enter into temptations and loose your reward Be faithful unto the end and lo I am with you These words are not of man nor of men but of me even Jesus Christ Your redeemer by the will of the Father Amen
During this conference which continued three days the most perfect harmony prevailed and every thing was settled to the satisfaction of all parties concerned and all the Saints manifested a desire to go forward and labour with all their powers to spread the great and glorious principles of truth which our heavenly father had revealed to us
Many who had not heretofore obeyed the Gospel now came forward and were babtised and recieved the Holy Ghost by the laying on of hands
Many of the Elders became very anxious to know their duty relative to the Lamanites (Indians) of the west; knowing that the purposes of God were great towards them and hoping that the time had come when the promises of God should be fulfilled and they should recieve and enjoy the blessings of the gospel
This desire became so prevelant the [that] we concluded to enquire of the Lord respecting the propriety of embassadors to them; which we did and recieved the following Revelation to and given Oct. 1830 [p. 100]
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