Revelation, 27 February 1833 [D&C 89]

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used with prudence & thanksgiving, yea  flesh also of beasts & of fowls, I the  Lord hath ordained for the use of man  with thanksgiving— Nevertheless they are  to be used sparingly & it is pleasing unto  me that they should not be used only in  times of winter or of famine— All grain is  for the use of man & of beasts to be the  staff of life not only for man, but for  the beasts & for the fowls, and all wild  animals that run or creep on the earth  & these hath God [made] for the use of man only  in times of famine or excess of hunger  all grain is good for the use of man  & of beasts as also the fruit of the vine  that which beareth fruit whether in the  ground or above ground. Nevertheless  wheat for man & corn for the Ox  & Oats for the horse. Rye for the fowls  & the swine & for all beasts of the field  and Barley for all useful animals & for  mild drinks as also other grains— and  all saints who remember to keep & do  these sayings walking in obedience to  the commands shall receieve health in  their navel & marrow to their bones [p. [114]]
used with prudence & thanksgiving, yea flesh also of beasts & of fowls, I the Lord hath ordained for the use of man with thanksgiving— Nevertheless they are to be used sparingly & it is pleasing unto me that they should not be used only in times of winter or of famine— All grain is for the use of man & of beasts to be the staff of life not only for man, but for the beasts & for the fowls, and all wild animals that run or creep on the earth & these hath God made for the use of man only in times of famine or excess of hunger all grain is good for the use of man as also the fruit of the vine that which beareth fruit whether in the ground or above ground. Nevertheless wheat for man & corn for the Ox & Oats for the horse. Rye for the fowls & the swine & for all beasts of the field and Barley for all useful animals & for mild drinks as also other grains— and all saints who remember to keep & do these sayings walking in obedience to the commands shall receieve health in their navel & marrow to their bones [p. [114]]
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