Discourse, 21 February 1843, as Reported by Willard Richards

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the fir[s]t principle brought into consideratio[n] is aggrandizement. some think it unlawful— but it is lawful while he has a disposition to aggrandize all around him. false principle, to aggrandize at the expence of another. every thing God does is to aggrandize his kingdom
how does he lay the foundation? build a temple to my great name. and call the attention of the great. but where shall we lay our heads an old log cabin
I will whip & and every body else over s head, instead of building the Nauvoo house build a great many little skeletons see s mammoth skeletons [p. [205]]
the first principle brought into consideration is aggrandizement. some think it unlawful— but it is lawful while he has a disposition to aggrandize all around him. false principle, to aggrandize at the expence of another. every thing God does is to aggrandize his kingdom
how does he lay the foundation? build a temple to my great name. and call the attention of the great. but where shall we lay our heads an old log cabin
I will whip & and every body else over s head, instead of building the Nauvoo house build a great many little skeletons see s mammoth skeletons [p. [205]]
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