Journal, 1835–1836

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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1 November 1835 • Sunday
Sunday Morning November 1st 1835  Verily thus Saith the Lord unto me, his servant  Joseph Smith jun mine anger is kindle[d] against  my servant because of his  iniquities his covetous and dishonest principles  in himself and family and he doth not pur ge them away and set his house in order,  therefore if he repent not chastisment awaiteth  him even as it seemeth good in my sight  therefore go and declare unto him this <these> word<s>  I went imediately and delvired this message accord ing as the Lord commanded me I called  him in & read what the Lord had said  concerning him, he acknowledged that it  was verily so & expressed much humility,—  I then went to meeting preached  a fine discourse, in the after noon continued the servises of the day by  reading the 5th chapt. of Mathew also the laws  regulating the and made some  remarks upon them after which  was administered I then a num ber who had been & blessed a  number of children in the name of  Jesus Christ with the blessings of the , notice was then  given that the woud commence  on the on the morrow, I then dismissed the meeting,
2 November 1835 • Monday
Monday morning 2d was engaged in regu lating the affairs of the , I then had my  team prepared & and a   and a number of others went to   to Hear deliver a lectu re on the profession theory & practice of Physic [p. 16]
1 November 1835 • Sunday
Sunday Morning November 1st 1835 Verily thus Saith the Lord unto me, his servant Joseph Smith jun mine anger is kindled against my servant because of his iniquities his covetous and dishonest principles in himself and family and he doth not purge them away and set his house in order, therefore if he repent not chastisment awaiteth him even as it seemeth good in my sight therefore go and declare unto him these words I went imediately and delvired this message according as the Lord commanded me I called him in & read what the Lord had said concerning him, he acknowledged that it was verily so & expressed much humility,— I then went to meeting preached a fine discourse, in the after noon continued the servises of the day by reading the 5th chapt. of Mathew also the laws regulating the and made some remarks upon them after which was administered I then a number who had been & blessed a number of children in the name of Jesus Christ with the blessings of the , notice was then given that the woud commence on the on the morrow, I then dismissed the meeting,
2 November 1835 • Monday
Monday morning 2d was engaged in regulating the affairs of the , I then had my team prepared & and a number of others went to to Hear deliver a lecture on the theory & practice of Physic [p. 16]
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