Discourse, 11 June 1843–B, as Reported by Levi Richards

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Pres. J. Smith bore testimony to the same— saying that when he was a youth he began to think about these things but could not find out which of all the sects were right— he went into the grove & enquired of the Lord which of all the sects were right— he received for answered that none of them were right, that they were all wrong, & that the Everlasting convenat was broken— Jo said he understood the fulness of the Gospel from beginning to end— & could Teach it & also the order of the priesthood in all its ramifications— Earth & hell had opposed him & tryed to destroy him but they had not done it— & they <never would>. [p. [16]]
Pres. J. Smith bore testimony to the same— saying that when he was a youth he began to think about these things but could not find out which of all the sects were right— he went into the grove & enquired of the Lord which of all the sects were right— he received for answered that none of them were right, that they were all wrong, & that the Everlasting convenat was broken— Jo said he understood the fulness of the Gospel from beginning to end— & could Teach it & also the order of the priesthood in all its ramifications— Earth & hell had opposed him & tryed to destroy him but they had not done it— & they never would. [p. [16]]
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