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History, circa 1841, fair copy

people and the fullness of the gospel of Jesus Christ to the Gentiles, and to the Jews also, which was given by inspiration and is confirmed to others by the ministering of angels and is declared unto the world by them proving to the world that the holy scriptures are true and that God does inspire men and call them to his holy work in this age and generation as well as in generations of old thereby showing that he is the same God yesterday to day and forever Amen
3 Therefore having so great witnesses by them shall the world be judged even as many as shall hereafter come to a knowledge of this work. And those who receive it in faith and work righteousness, shall receive a crown of eternal life; but those who harden their hearts in unbelief and reject it, it shall turn to their own condemnation for the Lord has spoken it and we the elders of the church have heard and bear witness to the words of the glorious Majesty on high to whom be glory for ever, Amen
4 By these things we know that there is a God in heaven who is infinite and eternal from everlasting to everlasting the same unchangeable the framer of heaven and earth and all things which are in them and that he created man male and female after his own image and in his own likeness created he them and gave unto them commandments that they should love and serve him the only living and true God and that he should be the only being whom they should worship. But by the transgression of these holy laws man became sensual and Devlish and became fallen man.
5 Wherefore the Almighty God gave his only begotten son as it is written in those scriptures which have been given of him. He suffered temptations but gave no heed unto them; he was crucified died and [p. 54]
people and the fullness of the gospel of Jesus  Christ to the Gentiles, and to the Jews also, which  was given by inspiration and is confirmed to  others by the ministering of angels and is declared  unto the world by them proving to the world that  the holy scriptures are true and that God does inspire  men and call them to his holy work in this age and  generation as well as in generations of old thereby sh owing that he is the same God yesterday to day and  forever Amen
3 Therefore having so great witnesses by them  shall the world be judged even as many as shall  hereafter come to a knowledge of this work. And  those who receive it in faith and work righteousness,  shall receive a crown of eternal life; but those who  harden their hearts in unbelief and reject it, it shall  turn to their own condemnation for the Lord has  spoken it and we the elders of the church have  heard and bear witness to the words of the glorious  Majesty on high to whom be glory for ever, Amen
4 By these things we know that there is a  God in heaven who is infinite and eternal from  everlasting to everlasting the same unchangeable  the framer of heaven and earth and all things which  are in them and that he created man male and  female after his own image and in his own  likeness created he them and gave unto them com mandments that they should love and serve him the  only living and true God and that he should be the  only being whom they should serve worship. But  by the transgression of these holy laws man became  sensual and Devlish and became fallen man.
5 Wherefore the Almighty God gave his only  begotten son as it is written in those scriptures which  have been given of him. He suffered temptations but  gave no heed unto them; he was crucified died and [p. 54]
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JS, History, [ca. 1841], fair copy; handwriting of Howard Coray

6 May 1817–16 Jan. 1908. Bookkeeper, clerk, teacher, farmer. Born in Dansville, Steuben Co., New York. Son of Silas Coray and Mary Stephens. Moved to Providence, Luzerne Co., Pennsylvania, ca. 1827; to Williams, Northampton Co., Pennsylvania, by 1830; and...

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See also source note for JS History, circa 1841, draft.

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