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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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it plain let him be accursd. As the fathr hath power in himself so hath the son power in hims[e]lf to lay down his life.—
the son doeth what he hath seen the fath[er] do.— &c—— take his body & stuff it into the fathr.
gods have over an ascenden[c]y over the angels angels remain angels.— some are resurrected to become gods by such revelations as god gives in the mo[s]t holy place.— in his temple. let them who are owing tythig [tithing] pay it up.— & bring stone.—
what did [say?]— [“]if those who [p. [250]]
it plain let him be accursd. As the fathr hath power in himself so hath the son power in himself to lay down his life.—
the son doeth what he hath seen the father do.— &c—— take his body & stuff it into the fathr.
gods have an ascendency over the angels angels remain angels.— some are resurrected to become gods by such revelations as god gives in the most holy place.— in his temple. let them who are owing tythig [tithing] pay it up.— & bring stone.—
what did [say]— [“]if those who [p. [250]]
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