Council of Fifty, Minutes, March 1844–January 1846; Volume 1, 10 March 1844–1 March 1845

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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his office for a smaller one. He is perfectly willing to go and electioneer, to blind the eyes of the people, but he wants to see our king upheld in his office here. He does not view the church and kingdom of God as one and the same thing. If it requires one man to do a certain thing to obtain salvation, the same will be required of all others. He referred to the order of the planets and compared them to the Twelve apostles. He reffered to the law which governed the eclipses and the heavenly bodies. He compared the kingdom of God to a ring, but does not consider that the ring has been welded yet. It is drawn out, and when it gets welded will form a perfect [p. [194]]
his office for a smaller one. He is perfectly willing to go and electioneer, to blind the eyes of the people, but he wants to see our king upheld in his office here. He does not view the church and kingdom of God as one and the same thing. If it requires one man to do a certain thing to obtain salvation, the same will be required of all others. He referred to the order of the planets and compared them to the Twelve apostles. He reffered to the law which governed the eclipses and the heavenly bodies. He compared the kingdom of God to a ring, but does not consider that the ring has been welded yet. It is drawn out, and when it gets welded will form a perfect [p. [194]]
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