Revelation, 21 January 1836 [D&C 137]

died with[out] a knowledge of this gospel, who  would have received it, if they had been  permited to tarry, shall be heirs of the  celestial kingdom of God— also all that  shall die henseforth, with<out> a knowledge of  it, who would have received it, with all their  hearts, shall be heirs of that kingdom, for I the  Lord <will> judge all men according to their works  according to the desires of their hearts— and  again I also beheld the Terrestial kingdom  I also beheld that all children who die  before they arive to the years of accountabil ity, are saved in the celestial kingdom  of heaven— I saw the 12, apostles of the  Lamb, who are now upon the earth who  hold the keys of this last ministry, in  foreign lands, standing together in a circle  much fatiegued, with their clothes tattered  and feet swolen, with their eyes cast dow nward, and Jesus <standing> in their midst, and  they did not behold him, he the Saviour  looked upon them and wept— I also  beheld Elder McLellen [William E. McLellin] in the south, stand ing upon a hill surrounded with a vast  multitude, preaching to them, and a  lame man standing before him, supp orted by his crutches, he threw them  down at his word, and leaped as an  heart [hart] by the mighty power of God
Also Eldr Brigham Young standing  in a strange land, in the far south west, in a desert place, upon a rock  in the midst of about a dozen  men of colour, who, appeared hostile [p. 137]
Revelation, Kirtland, OH, 21 Jan. 1836; handwriting of Warren Parrish; in JS, Journal, Sept. 1835–Apr. 1836, pp. 136–138; JS Collection, CHL.