Journal, March–September 1838

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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Given the same day July 8th 1838
Making known the desposition of the properties  tithed, as named in the preceeding revelation—
Verrily thus saith the Lord, the time has now  come that it shall be disposed of, by a council  composed of the of my Church  and of the and his and by <my> high  Council, and <by> mine own voice unto them saith the  Lord, even so Amen.
Given to ,   & others. <Given> in . July 8th 1838
Verrily thus saith the Lord unto my servent  , and also unto my servent , Let them settle up their buisness  spedily, and Journey from the land of  before I the Lord sendeth the snows again upon  the ground, Let them awake and arise and come  forth and not tarry for I the Lord command  it, therefore if they tarry, it shall not be well  with them, let them repent of all their sins  and of all their covetous desires, before me  saith the Lord. For what is property unto me  saith the Lord. Let the properties of  be turned out for debts saith the Lord, the Lord  Let them go; saith the Lord, and whatsoever  remaines remaineth let it remain in your hands saith  the Lord, for have I not the fowls of heaven  and also the fish of the sea, and the bea[s]ts of  the Mountains, have I not made the earth, do  I not hold the destinies of all the armies of  the Nations of the earth, therefore will I not  make the solitary places to bud, and to bloss [p. 57]
Given the same day July 8th 1838
Making known the desposition of the properties tithed, as named in the preceeding revelation—
Verrily thus saith the Lord, the time has now come that it shall be disposed of, by a council composed of the of my Church and of the and his and by my high Council, and by mine own voice unto them saith the Lord, even so Amen.
Given to , & others. Given in . July 8th 1838
Verrily thus saith the Lord unto my servent , and also unto my servent , Let them settle up their buisness spedily, and Journey from the land of before I the Lord sendeth the snows again upon the ground, Let them awake and arise and come forth and not tarry for I the Lord command it, therefore if they tarry, it shall not be well with them, let them repent of all their sins and of all their covetous desires, before me saith the Lord. For what is property unto me saith the Lord. Let the properties of be turned out for debts saith the Lord, Let them go; saith the Lord, and whatsoever remaineth let it remain in your hands saith the Lord, for have I not the fowls of heaven and also the fish of the sea, and the beasts of the Mountains, have I not made the earth, do I not hold the destinies of all the armies of the Nations of the earth, therefore will I not make the solitary places to bud, and to bloss [p. 57]
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