Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 3, 15 July 1843–29 February 1844

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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contemplated the things of God.
told an anecdote of the Episcopali[a]n pri[e]st— who said he had the pr[i]esthood of A[a]ron— but not of Melichsedch [Melchizedek]— and bore this testimony that I never have found the man who claimed the pri[e]sthood of Melchisideck.
The law was given under Aaron for the purpose of pouring out Jud[g]ments— and destructi[o]ns.
The sectarian world are going to hell.— by. 100? 1000? 1000 000?
3 grand orders of pri[e]sthood referred to there . . .
1st. King of Shiloam.— power & authority over that of Abraham holding the key of [p. [71]]
contemplated the things of God.
told an anecdote of the Episcopalian priest— who said he had the priesthood of Aaron— but not of Melichsedch [Melchizedek]— and bore this testimony that I never have found the man who claimed the priesthood of Melchisideck.
The law was given under Aaron for the purpose of pouring out Judgments— and destructions.
The sectarian world are going to hell.— by. 100? 1000? 1000 000?
3 grand orders of priesthood referred to there . . .
1st. King of Shiloam.— power & authority over that of Abraham holding the key of [p. [71]]
Page [71]