Revelation, 27–28 December 1832 [D&C 88:1–126]

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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[thing?] and establish, an house, even an house of prayer  and house of fasting, an house of faith, an house  of Learning, an house of glory, an house of order  an , that your incomings may be  in the name of the Lord, and your outgoing  may be in the name of the Lord, that all your  salutations, may be in the name of the Lord,  with uplifted hands, unto the most high, therefore  ceace from all your light speaches, from all laughter  from all your lustful des[i]res, from all your pride  and lightmindness, and from all your wicked  doings, appoint among yourselves, a teacher, and  and lit [let] not all be spokesmen at once, but let  one speak at a time, and lit [let] all listen, unto his  sayings that when all have spoken, that all may  be edified, of all, and that evry man, may have  an equal privelege, see that ye love one another  ceace to be covetous, learn to impart, one to  another as the gospel requires, ceace to be Idle, cease  to be unclean, ceace <to> find fault, one with another  ceace to sleep, any longer then is needful, retire to  thy bed early that ye may not be weary, arise  early, that your bodies, and your minds may  be invigorated, and above all things, clothe  yourselves, with the bonds of charity, as with a  mantle, which is <the> bonds of perfectness and peace,  prey always, that you may not faint until I  come, behold, and lo, I will come quickly and  receive you unto myself Amen;——
Given by Joseph the and writen by  assistan[t] scribe and counceller to sd. Joseph—— [p. 46]
[thing] and establish, an house, even an house of prayer an house of fasting, an house of faith, an house of Learning, an house of glory, an house of order an , that your incomings may be in the name of the Lord, and your outgoing may be in the name of the Lord, that all your salutations, may be in the name of the Lord, with uplifted hands, unto the most high, therefore ceace from all your light speaches, from all laughter from all your lustful desires, from all your pride and lightmindness, and from all your wicked doings, appoint among yourselves, a teacher, and and lit [let] not all be spokesmen at once, but let one speak at a time, and lit [let] all listen, unto his sayings that when all have spoken, that all may be edified, of all, and that evry man, may have an equal privelege, see that ye love one another ceace to be covetous, learn to impart, one to another as the gospel requires, ceace to be Idle, cease to be unclean, ceace to find fault, one with another ceace to sleep, any longer then is needful, retire to thy bed early that ye may not be weary, arise early, that your bodies, and your minds may be invigorated, and above all things, clothe yourselves, with the bonds of charity, as with a mantle, which is the bonds of perfectness and peace, prey always, that you may not faint until I come, behold, and lo, I will come quickly and receive you unto myself Amen;——
Given by Joseph the and writen by assistant scribe and counceller to sd. Joseph—— [p. 46]
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