Minutes, 19 February 1834

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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upon the heads of the two assistant presidents and pronounced a  blessing upon them, that they might have wisdom to magnify their  office, and power over all the power of the adversary. He also   upon the twelve counsellors and commanded  a blessing to rest upon them, that they might have wisdom  and power to counsel in righteousness upon all subjects that  might be laid before them. He also prayed that they might  be delivered from those evils to which they were most exposed,  and that their lives might be prolonged on the earth.
then laid his hands upon the head of  his son, Joseph, and said: Joseph, I lay my hands upon thy head,  and pronounc[e] the blessings of thy progenitors upon thee, that  thou mayest hold the of the mysteries of the Kingdom  of heaven until the coming of the Lord, Amen. He, also, laid  his hands upon the head of his son and said. ,  I lay my hands upon thy head and pronounce the blessing of  thy progenitors upon thee, that thou mayest remain a  of the most high God, and like Samuel of old, hear his  voice, saying, Samuel, Samuel, Amen.
, also, laid his hands upon the head  of his son and said, my Father in Heaven, I ask  thee to bless this my son according to the blessings of his  forefathers, that he may be strengthened in his ministry  according to his holy calling, Amen.
The president then gave the assistant presidents a Solem charge  to do their duty in righteousness and in the fear of God. He also  charged the twelve Counsellors in a similar manner, all in the  name of Jesus Christ. We then, all raised our hands to heaven  in token of the , and the Lord blessed us  with his spirit. He then said the was organized  according to the ancient order, and also according to the mind  of the Lord
The Case of , a , against Curtis  Hodges Sen., and in the , was laid before the council [p. 37]
upon the heads of the two assistant presidents and pronounced a blessing upon them, that they might have wisdom to magnify their office, and power over all the power of the adversary. He also upon the twelve counsellors and commanded a blessing to rest upon them, that they might have wisdom and power to counsel in righteousness upon all subjects that might be laid before them. He also prayed that they might be delivered from those evils to which they were most exposed, and that their lives might be prolonged on the earth.
then laid his hands upon the head of his son, Joseph, and said: Joseph, I lay my hands upon thy head, and pronounce the blessings of thy progenitors upon thee, that thou mayest hold the of the mysteries of the Kingdom of heaven until the coming of the Lord, Amen. He, also, laid his hands upon the head of his son and said. , I lay my hands upon thy head and pronounce the blessing of thy progenitors upon thee, that thou mayest remain a of the most high God, and like Samuel of old, hear his voice, saying, Samuel, Samuel, Amen.
, also, laid his hands upon the head of his son and said, my Father in Heaven, I ask thee to bless this my son according to the blessings of his forefathers, that he may be strengthened in his ministry according to his holy calling, Amen.
The president then gave the assistant presidents a Solem charge to do their duty in righteousness and in the fear of God. He also charged the twelve Counsellors in a similar manner, all in the name of Jesus Christ. We then, all raised our hands to heaven in token of the , and the Lord blessed us with his spirit. He then said the was organized according to the ancient order, and also according to the mind of the Lord
The Case of , a , against Curtis Hodges Sen., an in the , was laid before the council [p. 37]
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