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D’ — The Greatest Responsibility in this world . . . is to Seek after our Dead

D. The Greatest Responsibility in this world . . . is to Seek after our Dead

a. God himself, finding he was in the midst of spirits and glory, because he was more intelligent [greater*], saw proper to institute laws whereby the rest could have a privilege to advance like himself. The relationship we have with God places us in a situation to advance in knowledge.

b. He has power to institute laws to instruct the weaker intelligences, that they may [advance like Himself and *] be exalted with [Him*] himself, so that they might have one glory upon another, and all that knowledge, power, glory, and intelligence, which is requisite in order to save them in the world of spirits.

d. This is good doctrine. It tastes good. I can taste the principles of eternal life, and so can you. They are given to me by the revelations of Jesus Christ; and I know that when I tell you these words of eternal life as they are given to me, you taste them, and I know that you believe them.

d. You say honey is sweet, and so do I. I can also taste the spirit [and principles*] of eternal life [and so can you*]. I know it is good; and when I tell you of these things which were given me by inspiration of the Holy Spirit, [and the revelations of Jesus Christ*] you are bound to receive them as sweet, [You taste them and I know you believe them*] and [I*] rejoice more and more.

c. I want to talk more of the relation of man to God. I will open your eyes in relation to your dead.

e. All things whatsoever God in his infinite wisdom [reason*] has seen fit and proper to reveal to us, while we are dwelling in mortality, in regard to our mortal bodies, are revealed to us in the abstract, and independent of affinity of this mortal tabernacle, but [His commandments*] are revealed to our spirits precisely [the same*] as though we had no bodies at all; and those revelations which will [must of necessity*] save our spirits will save our bodies. God reveals them to us in view of no eternal dissolution of the body, or tabernacle.

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