unpardonable sin

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  • Page 247

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1843 – December 31, 1844)

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    How comes the awful responsibility if in relation to our dead, if they do not be baptized they must be damned. (I wish I had 40 days to talk) what promises are made, what can be said if in the grave, God dwells in eternity, and he does not view things as we do, the greatest responsibility lade open us in this life is in relation to our dead Paul cannot be made perfect without us, for it is necessary that the seals are in our hands to seal our children & ...
  • Page 137

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1841 – December 31, 1842)

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    March 10, 1842 ~ Thursday March 10th I spent the day at the printing office March 11, 1842 ~ Friday [FIGURE] 11th The Nauvoo Legion met on parrade this day I rode in the Legion in company with the quorum of the Twelve as assistant chaplain. It was the first time I had seen the Legein on parrade & it caused peculiar feelings to rest upon me while gasing [gazing] upon this Legion & contemplate the past present & to come. After ...
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    March 10, 1842 March 11, 1842 March 12, 1842
  • Page 54

    Part of Leaves From My Journal

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    LEAVES FROM MY JOURNAL. of despair, believing that he had committed the unpardonable sin. However, I told him what the unpardonable sin was, and that he had not committed it; but that it was a trick of the devil to make him think so, in order to torment him. He then acknowledged that he went down to the wharf a few evenings before, with the intention of drowning himself, but when he looked into the cold, dark water he desisted and returned home, and had ...
    Dates:
    March 1, 1838 March 5, 1838
  • Page 79

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1854 – December 31, 1859)

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    Plainness & simplicity for untill you receive the fulness of the gospel of Christ you arne not a proper candidate either for a fulness of Celestial Glory or to become sons of Perdition. For those who have not received a fulness of the Gospel & the Holy Ghost will not always remain in hell but be redeemed in the own due time of the Lord & receive some kind of a glory like the stars in comparison to the son but whare God & Christ & celestial saints dwell they cannot come worlds without End but ...
  • Page 20

    Part of Autobiography Tullidge's Quarterly Magazine 1883-84

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    AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF WILFORD WOODRUFF. [Column 1] and he felt impressed to say, "Walk in, gentlemen." There is probably no other chapter in the whole book that would have the same influence in causing any one to feed a person who professed to be a servant of God and asked for bread. After becoming acquainted with his circumstances I thought it providential that we were led to his house, for al- though he was a professor of religion and a
    Dates:
    March 1, 1838 March 5, 1838 March 22, 1838 March 28, 1838
  • Page 27

    Part of Religious – Book of Revelations 1838-1842

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    any other that ever was or ever will be given & revealed unto man in this world or that which is to come, yea in all your kicking & floundering see to it that you do not this thing lest innocent blood be found in your skirts & you go down to hell. all other sins are not to be compared to sinning against the Holy Ghost & poroving a traitor to thy brethren (A final [FIGURE] key delivered from Joseph in the following language.) I will give you one of the ...
  • Page 3

    Part of Discourse 1889-04-06

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    When men have faith, then they are required to repent of their sins and be baptized for the remission of sin. This is what Jesus Christ taught, and He set the example himself. Though He committed no sin, He went unto John the Baptist and demanded baptism of him. John the Baptist said he was not worthy to do it. But Jesus said, “Suffer it to be so now; for thus it becometh us to fulfill all righteousness.” After being baptized it is necessary that we should have hands laid upon us by men holding the Holy Priesthood, for ...
  • Page 1

    Part of Discourse 1857-12-27

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    DISCOURSE By Elder Wilford Woodruff, Tabernacle, Sunday morning, Dec. 27, 1857 [REPORTED BY J.V. LONG] It seems to fall to my lot to occupy a few moments this morning; and I feel to say that this is a blessed place, and that this is a blessed people, and that they are partaking of a great many blessed things. If the Latter-day Saints could prize and comprehend the blessings that are given unto them, and if our minds were enlightened continually by the Holy Spirit, we should feel ourselves blest and comprehend that we are made partakers of the ...
  • Page 2

    Part of Letter from Russell Chandler, 27 August 1896

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    [sideways text] Russell Chandler Aug. 27 [18]96 [end sideways text] with this people and refuse to work brother is lzyness the unpardnable sin after we hav carried five hun dred names threw the Temple in giving endower ments and hav belong gto the High Priest quorum five or six years and this time give our will and desire for work for salvation a way will God with draw his spirit from us I would be glad to receive an answer from you on this is lazyness the unpardnable sin no more at present from your brother ...
  • Page 2

    Part of Letter from Alonzo Knight, 10 May 1897

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    became verey weak, both in bodey & mind & she told me one day that she could not stand it aney longer, About this time the old Lady got verey low as if she was to pass away from this life & my Daughter told me that she prayed for the Lord to take her away & then she got scared & thought that she had comited & unpardonable sin & that she would be forever damed & there would be no salvation for her, I told her that it was not verey nice to pray for aney ...