Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 1, 21 December 1842–10 March 1843

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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Mr Sollars stated that James Mullone— carpenter, of told him he “had been to & seen Joe Smith the prophet. he had a grey horse & I asked him where he got it & the Prophet said, you see that white cloud? yes, well it as it come along I got the horse from that cloud” Joseph replied it was a lie. I never told him so.
<In referen[ce] to professors Generally.> what is it inspires us with a hope of Salvation? It is that smooth sophi[s]ticated influence of the Devil by which he deceives the whole world.—
Mr. Sollars says may I not Repent & be baptizd & not pay any attention to dreams & visions. &c? Joseph said suppose I am Travilling. & I am hungry I meet [p. 45]
Mr Sollars stated that James Mullone— carpenter, of told him he “had been to & seen Joe Smith the prophet. he had a grey horse & I asked him where he got it & the Prophet said, you see that white cloud? yes, well as it come along I got the horse from that cloud” Joseph replied it was a lie. I never told him so.
In reference to professors Generally. what is it inspires us with a hope of Salvation? It is that smooth sophisticated influence of the Devil by which he deceives the whole world.—
Mr. Sollars says may I not Repent & be baptizd & not pay any attention to dreams & visions. &c? Joseph said suppose I am Travilling. & I am hungry I meet [p. 45]
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