The Pattern

Repeated Themes

A -- Word of the Lord
.B -- The Lord’s Covenant

..C -- The World
...D -- The Lord's Servant

....E -- Preservation
.....F -- The Suffering Servant
.....F' -- Atonement
....E’ -- Salvation

...D’ -- The Lord's Servant
..C’ -- Overcoming the World

.B’ -- Fulfillment
A’ -- Salvation Song

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KEY WORDS

A. Hear this, Hearken, Praise, Name, etc.

B. Promise(s), Inheritance, New Things, Hidden Things, Things of God, Shall Come to pass, etc.

C. World, Wicked, Contentions, Apostasy, Satan, Egypt, Babylon, Earth, etc. [feminine]

D. Servant, Prophet, Moses, Truth, Righteousness, Kingdom, Heaven, etc. [masculine]

E. Preserved, Salvation, Pillars, Gates, Manna, Wine, etc. -- boldly

F. Suffering, Afflicted, Despised, Rejected, etc. -- nobly

F'. Oneness, Unity, Embrace, Kiss, Throne, Name, Glory, etc. -- nobly

E’. Salvation, Exalted, Preserved, Inheritance, Mercy, etc. -- independent

D’. Servant, Prophet, Truth, Righteousness, Kingdom, Heaven, Eternity, etc. [masculine]

C’. Overcome, World, Wicked, Cut Off, Contentions; Judgment, Destruction, Earth, etc. [feminine]

B’. Fulfill, Restoration, Deliverance, Covenant(s), Promise(s), Inheritance, etc.

A’. Hosanna, Name, Amen, Sing, etc.

Authors, LDS

Recently added

To be added

  • Cannon, George Q. — We are not so worthless as we think*
  • Cannon, George Q. — God’s covenant with us* — See also Inter-Chiastic Analysis of the above two pieces
  • Clayton, William — “…that blood so noble…”:* Prayer written in his journal the day after the Martyrdom
  • Cowdery, Oliver — Addresses the Principal Chief of the Delawares*
  • Gabbott, Mabel Jones — Hymn 172,* “In Humility, Our Savior”
  • Hyde, Orson — Dedication on Mt. of Olives*
  • Hyde, Orson — Nauvoo Temple dedicatory prayer*
  • Kimball, Heber C. — “How long shall these things exist?” Davidic Plea
  • Kimball, Spencer W. — “There will be a surrender…you cannot indefinitely resist the power and pressure of truth…”** From the Sept. 1978 Ensign
  • Kimball, Vilate — “By his side I’ll reign in heaven”** Poem to her husband, Heber C. Kimball, Jan. 17 1847
  • Phelps, William W. — Hymn 2,** “The Spirit of God Like a Fire is Burning”
  • Phelps, William W. — See also with John Taylor, A Word of Consolation on the Martyrdom*
  • Pratt, Parley P. — “One noble spirit … had boldness of soul … to act”*
  • Pratt, Parley P. — Resurrection Camp*
  • Richards, Willard — See also with John Taylor, A Word of Consolation on the Martyrdom*
  • Snow, Eliza R. — Hymn 191,** “Behold the Great Redeemer Die”
  • Snow, Eliza R. — Hymn 195,** “How Great the Wisdom and the Love”
  • Snow, Eliza R. — Hymn 292,* “Invocation, or the Eternal Father and Mother” (O My Father)
  • Snow, Eliza R. — “The Assassination”,* “…the noblest of mankind…” Published July 1, 1844
  • Snow, Eliza R. — Address to Earth,** “The grand law of worlds…” Sept. 1, 1851
  • Snow, Lorenzo — Man’s Destiny* — Poem including, “As man now is, our God once was; As now God is, so man may be”
  • Snow, Lorenzo — Who we are* (Explains why “As now God is, so man may be.”)
  • Talmage, James E. — Teachings of the Church Respecting the Christ*
  • Taylor, John — Our identity will always remain the same* 5 April 1901, Conference Report, pg. 2
  • Taylor, John — The Mediation and the Atonement* of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, p. 149-150.
  • Taylor, John — Origin and Destiny of Woman,* “You also chose a kindred spirit whom you loved in the spirit world…” – The Mormon, August 1857, New York City&ammp;nbssp;
  • Taylor, John — On Joseph Smith, “He felt himself shut up in a nutshell… so much more comprehensive, enlightened and dignified*
  • Taylor, John — A Word of consolation on the Martyrdom* of the Prophet and Patriarch, with Willard Richards, and W.W. Phelps – July 1, 1844
  • Whitney, Orson F. — “Save not only themselves, but likewise their posterity”*
  • Woodruff, Wilford — Journal entry, “…sealing salvation upon the meek…”,* June 1847
  • Young, Brigham — Blessing to Solomon F. Kimball, “…we seal you unto your father and mother…”*
  • Young, Brigham — “No power of earth or hell can separate them from their parents”*
  • Young, Brigham — Your endowment is…* April 6, 1853 Speech
  • Young, Brigham – “I have revealed too much”* 1860

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