Discourse, 2 May 1835, as Reported by William E. McLellin–B

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No standing will ever be established except in or one of its .
When the pass a decision, it is in the name of the , therefore, it is valid.
No of the church has authority to go into any thereof and any minister for the church unless it is by the voice of that branch. No has authority to go into any branch of the church and appoint meetings or attempt to regulate the affairs of the church without the advice and consent of the presiding Elder of that branch.
If the first are all employed and there is a call for more labourers in the vineyard it will be the the duty of the seven presidents of the first seventy to call and ordain other seventy and send them forth to labour until, if need be, they set apart seven times seventy, and even until there are one hundred and forty & four thousand thus set apart to the ministry. The seventy are not to attend the of the Twelve, unless they are called upon or requested so to do by the twelve.
The twelve and the seventy have particula[r]ly to depend upon their ministry for their support and that of their families, and they have a right by virtue of their offices to call upon the churches to assist them. [p. 7]
No standing will ever be established except in or one of its .
When the pass a decision, it is in the name of the , therefore, it is valid.
No of the church has authority to go into any thereof and any minister for the church unless it is by the voice of that branch. No has authority to go into any branch of the church and appoint meetings or attempt to regulate the affairs of the church without the advice and consent of the presiding Elder of that branch.
If the first are all employed and there is a call for more labourers in the vineyard it will be the the duty of the seven presidents of the first seventy to call and ordain other seventy and send them forth to labour until, if need be, they set apart seven times seventy, and even until there are one hundred and forty & four thousand thus set apart to the ministry. The seventy are not to attend the of the Twelve, unless they are called upon or requested so to do by the twelve.
The twelve and the seventy have particularly to depend upon their ministry for their support and that of their families, and they have a right by virtue of their offices to call upon the churches to assist them. [p. 7]
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