Discourse, 16 May 1841, as Reported by William Clayton
JS, Discourse, [, Hancock Co., IL], 16 May 1841. Version from report copied  in L. John Nuttall, Notebook, pp. 9–10; handwriting of L. John Nuttall; L. John Nuttall, Papers, BYU. For more complete source information, see the source note for Discourse, Dec. 1840, as Reported by William Clayton.
towards their forgiveness. There is no forgiveness for murderers. They will have to wait until the time of redemption shall come and that in hell. Peter had the of eternal judgment and he saw David in hell and knew for what reason, and that David would have to remain there until the resurrection at the coming of Christ. Romans 9.— all election that can be found in the scripture is according to the flesh and pertaining to the . [p. 10]