Discourse, 23 July 1843, as Reported by Willard Richards

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shop.— I do not dwell upon you[r] faults. you shall not upon mine— after you have covered up all the faults among you— the prettyest thing is have no faults at all— meek. qui[e]t. &c— Presbyteri[a]n or any truth. emb[ra]ce that. Baptist. Methodist. &c— get all the good in the world. come out a pure mormon.
Last monday morni[n]g cert[a]in men cam[e] to me— Bro Joseph is no propht. he cant lead the chu[r]ch— you must lead the Chu[rc]h— if you resign I. felt curious— & said— here we lea[r]n in a priesthood after th[e] order of Melchisedek— Propht [p. [14]]
shop.— I do not dwell upon your faults. you shall not upon mine— after you have covered up all the faults among you— the prettyest thing is have no faults at all— meek. quiet. &c— Presbyterian any truth. embrace that. Baptist. Methodist. &c— get all the good in the world. come out a pure mormon.
Last monday morning certain men came to me— Bro Joseph is no propht. he cant lead the church— you must lead the Church— if you resign I. felt curious— & said— here we learn in a priesthood after the order of Melchisedek— Propht [p. [14]]
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