Discourse, 2 July 1839, as Reported by Wilford Woodruff–A

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Ye are not sent out to be taught but to teach. let every word be seasoned with grace be vigilent be sober. it is a day of warning <​[[exhorting]]​> & not of many words. act honest before God & man beware of Sophestry such as bowing & scraping unto men in whom you have no confiden[c]e be honset open & frank, in all your intercourse with mankind.
O ye & all profit by this important [drawing of a key] that in all your trials troubles, temptations; afflictions, bonds, imprisionments, & death see to it that you do not betray heaven, that you do not betray Jesus Christ, that you do not betray your Brethren, that you do not betray the Revelations of God, whether in the Bible Book of Mormon or Doctrins & Covenants or [p. [24]]
Ye are not sent out to be taught but to teach. let every word be seasoned with grace be vigilent be sober. it is a day of warning exhorting & not of many words. act honest before God & man beware of Sophestry such as bowing & scraping unto men in whom you have no confidence be honset open & frank, in all your intercourse with mankind.
O ye & all profit by this important [drawing of a key] that in all your trials troubles, temptations; afflictions, bonds, imprisionments, & death see to it that you do not betray heaven, that you do not betray Jesus Christ, that you do not betray your Brethren, that you do not betray the Revelations of God, whether in the Bible Book of Mormon or Doctrins & Covenants or [p. [24]]
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