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Discourse, [5 January 1841], as Reported by William P. McIntire

Discourse, [5 January 1841], as Reported by William P. McIntire

a short minute of the subjects  & the most promonent matter as  brought fourth from those subjects  at Joseph’s office Jan.— 8th. 1840
subject first.–Discused by D. C. [Don Carlos] Smith;  also this preciple [principle] practized By Man;  the Blessings & Results of the same  he said the priciple would Bind the  H[e]arts of man togather & give them confi dence in each other & as John says thy wor d is truth; so he says if we keep his word—  we shall all be actuated By the same principle  & be as one Man; & as angels are obedient to  the same word we shall have Concorse to  them & also to all the Heavenly throng;  Joseph said to D. C. Smith that to be free  <from> the Coruption of the Earth that Man [p. [1]]
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JS, Discourse, Nauvoo, IL, [5 Jan. 1841]; in William P. McIntire, Notebook, pp. [1]–[5]; handwriting of William P. McIntire; CHL.

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