Minute Book 1

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30 October 1837 • Monday
Oct 30th 1837
The High-Council met at according to adjournment 7. P.M. and opened the meeting with prayer by the President , We then heard the writings of Brother Harris and his companions read, and then proceeded to in order to give our opinions in the case, as a trial of faith.
Brother [John] Badger read from the book of Covenants section 14. <Paragraphs> 1,2. S. 8. <P> 12, 13. S 21:1,2 S. 51. <P> 1,2 S. 84. <Paragraph>1,2. Brother Redfield did not believe that it was Moroni that appeared to Collin.
Brother Green. said that Moroni that apeared to Collin was the Devil in-deed.
Brother agreed with those that spoke before <him>. Brother agreed with the rest in his remarks
was shure the Devil called himself Moroni.
. thought it was a spirit that was not of God, and therefore could not be right
. was of opinion that they were deluded, and led astray.
. the spirit that led them to pursue that course was not of God but of satan. agreed with the rest of the Council , said that Brother Harris stept of[f] the Lords ground, and ocupied the Devils ground
said that if they asked of God in the name of Christ that which he had revealed he would would not answer, and therefore the devil have place
Brother Huntington was decided against the Association. and considered them sincere but not honest [p. 255]
30 October 1837 • Monday
Oct 30th 1837
The High-Council met at according to adjournment 7. P.M. and opened the meeting with prayer by the President
Brother John Badger read from the book of Covenants section 14. Paragraphs 1,2. S. 8. P 12, 13. S 21:1,2 S. 51. P 1,2 S. 84. Paragraph1,2. Brother Redfield did not believe that it was Moroni that appeared to Collin.
Brother Green. said that Moroni that apeared to Collin was the Devil in-deed.
Brother agreed with those that spoke before him. Brother agreed with the rest in his remarks
was shure the Devil called himself Moroni.
. thought it was a spirit that was not of God, and therefore could not be right
. was of opinion that they were deluded, and led astray.
. the spirit that led them to pursue that course was not of God but of satan. agreed with the rest of the Council , said that Brother Harris stept off the Lords ground, and ocupied the Devils ground
said that if they asked of God in the name of Christ that which he had revealed he would would not answer, and therefore the devil have place
Brother Huntington was decided against the Association. and considered them sincere but not honest [p. 255]
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