Visions of Moses, June 1830, as Recorded in Richards, Pocket Companion [Moses 1]
“A Revelation given to Joseph the Seer June 1833 ,” Visions of Moses, [, Seneca Co., NY, or , Susquehanna Co., PA (or possibly or , NY)], June 1830. Version copied [ca. 1838] in Willard Richards, “W. Richards Pocket Companion Written in England,” pp. 86–93; handwriting of ; Willard Richards, Journals and Papers, CHL. For more complete source information, see the source note for Discourse, between ca. 26 June and ca. 4 Aug. 1839–A, as Reported by Willard Richards.
A Revelation given to Joseph the Seer June 1833 
The word of God which he Spake unto Moses at a time when Moses was caught up into an exceed[in]g high Mountain & he saw God face to face & he talked with him and the glory of God was upon Moses therefore Moses could endure his presence and God Spake unto Moses Saying Behold I am the Lord God Almighty. and Endless is my name for I am without beginning of Days or end of years. Is this not Endless? & behold thou art my son; wherefore look! & I will shew thee the workmanship of my hand, but not all, for my works are without end. and also my words for they never cease, wherefore no man can behold all my works except he bhold all my glory. & no man can behold all my glory. & afterwards remain in the flesh. & I have a work for thee, Moses, my son. & thou art in the Similitude of mine only begotten [p. 86]