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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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one universal heaven— & hell— &c says one, honorable & virtuo[u]s. & whoremonger— all hudld together.— judged according to deeds done in the body— shame— shame— thus we can mint & annice & cumin and long praye[r]s. but touch not the law, as Peter tells us.—
Paul says caught up to 3d heaven, what tell that Lie for Paul.—
sun moon & stars—
many mansions—
all one say Sectarians.—
They build hay wood & stubble, build on the old revelati[o]ns— with[o]ut the spi[r]it of Revelati[o]n or Pr[i]esthood. if I had time I would dig into [p. [248]]
one universal heaven— & hell— &c says one, honorable & virtuous. & whoremonger— all hudld together.— judged according to deeds done in the body— shame— shame— thus we can mint & annice & cumin and long prayers. but touch not the law, as Peter tells us.—
Paul says caught up to 3d heaven, what tell that Lie for Paul.—
sun moon & stars—
many mansions—
all one say Sectarians.—
They build hay wood & stubble, build on the old revelations— without the spirit of Revelation or Priesthood. if I had time I would dig into [p. [248]]
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