Revelation, 3 April 1836 [D&C 110]

The vail was taken from their minds and the  eyes of their understandings were opened. They saw the  Lord standing upon the breast work of the pulpit  before them. and under his feet was a paved work  of pure gold, in color like amber: his eyes were  as a flame of fire; the hair of his head was  like the pure snow, his countenance shone ab ove the brightness of the sun, and his voice was  as the sound of the rushing of great waters,  even the Voice of Jehovah, saying, I am the  first and the last. I am he who liveth. I am he  who was slain. I am your Advocate with the  Father. Behold your sins are forgiven you. You  are clean before me, therefore, lift up your heads  and rejoice, let the hearts of your brethren rejoice  and let the hearts of all my brethren <people> rejoice, who  have with their might, built this house to my name.  For behold I have accepted this house and my  name shall be here; and I will manifest  myself to my people, in mercy, in this House,  Yea I will appear unto my servants and speak  unto them with mine own voice, if my  people will keep my commandments and  do not pollute this Holy House. Yea the hearts of  thousands and tens of thousands shall greatly rejoice  in consequence of the blessings which shall be pour ed out, and the endowment with which my  servants have already been endowed and shall  hereafter be endowed in this House. and the fame  of this House shall spread to foreign lands, and  this is the beginning of the blessing, which shall [p. 192]
Revelation, Kirtland, OH, 3 Apr. 1836; handwriting of Warren Cowdery; in JS, Journal, Sept. 1835–Apr. 1836, pp. 192–193; JS Collection, CHL.