Revelation, October 1830–A [D&C 32]

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction

Document Transcript

Revelation to to go to th[e] wilderness
And now concerning my servant behold I say unto him that as I live I will that he shall declare my gospel and Learn of me and be [p. 83] meek and lowly of heart and that which I have appointed unto him is that he shall go with my servant and into the wilderness among the and also shall go with them and I myself will go with them and be in their midst and I am their advocate with the Father and nothing shall prevail and they shall give heed to that which is writen and pretend to no other revelation and they shall pray always that I may unfold them to their understanding and they shall give heed unto these words and trifle not and I will bless them amen Oct 1830— [p. 84]

Footnotes

  1. 1

    It is not known when this descriptive heading was first added, but it was likely not part of the original revelation text.  

  2. 2

    See Revelation, Sept. 1830–B [D&C 28:8]; and Revelation, Sept. 1830–D [D&C 30:5].  

  3. 3

    At the time this revelation was dictated, Pratt and JS were likely at the Hyrum Smith residence in Palmyra. If this is the case, the revelation originated in Palmyra, not in Manchester.