Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 2, 10 March 1843–14 July 1843

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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sectarians. if he has where has he revealed it. have ye turnd revelators? then why deny it.?
men have thought many things insutabl [inscrutable] in the last days. that he should raise the dead.
Things have been hid from before the foundation of the [world] to be reveald in to babes in the last days.—
there are a great ma[n]y wise men & women to[o] in our midst to[o] wise to be taught. & they mu[s]t die in their ignoranc[e] and in the resurrection they will find their mistake.
many seal up to the door of heaven by saying so far god may reveal I & I [p. [243]]
sectarians. if he has where has he revealed it. have ye turnd revelators? then why deny it.?
men have thought many things insutabl [inscrutable] in the last days. that he should raise the dead.
Things have been hid from before the foundation of the [world] to be reveald to babes in the last days.—
there are a great many wise men & women too in our midst too wise to be taught. & they must die in their ignorance and in the resurrection they will find their mistake.
many seal up the door of heaven by saying so far god may reveal & I [p. [243]]
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