Instruction, 9 February 1843 [D&C 129], as Reported by William Clayton
JS, Instruction, [, Hancock Co., IL, 9 Feb. 1843]. Featured version copied [ca. 9 Feb. 1843] in William Clayton, Journal, 27 Nov. 1842–28 Apr. 1843 and  Sept. 1844–31 Mar. 1845, pp. 53–55; handwriting of ; William Clayton, Journals, 1842–1846, CHL. For more complete source information, see the source note for Letter to “Hands in the Stone Shop,” 21 Dec. 1842.
“There are two kinds of beings in heaven viz. <1s[t]> Angels who are resurrected personages having bodies of flesh and bones, for instances Jesus said ‘handle me and see for a spirit hath not flesh and bones as ye see me have[’] 2nd. The spirits of just men made perfect, they who are not resurrected [p. 53]