Any so-called "scholar" who ignores the following corroborative quotes from William Pace and Wandall Mace is possesed of a lying spirit, saith the Lord:
Footnote from above: The writer (Hyrum Andrus) has located two independent sources that give almost verbatim accounts of this address. Samuel Holister Rogers, who was present, gave one report. See "Journal of Samuel Holister Rogers," typewritten copy, Brigham Young University Library, pp. 198-201. William Pace, who was present as a lad in his early teens, also reported the address and then adds, "I am indebted to Alfred Bell of Lehi, Utah, for the above . . . taken on the spot by him, and supposed to be very correct" See "Diary of William Byran Pace and Biography of his father James Pace," typewritten copy, Brigham Young University Library, pp. 3-6. Wandle Mace also gave a partial report of this address in which the above quoted portion is found. See "Journal of Wandle Mace, 1809, 1890," typewritten copy, Brigham Young University Library, p. 131. The Journal History for this date merely reports, "Legion met as usual; and after receiving instructions, were dismissed until 6 p.m., when they met again." (Joseph Smith and the West by Hyrum L. Andrus , BYU Studies, vols. 1-2 (1959-1960), Volume 2, Number 2-Spring and Summer 1960, p.147)
Art tells of great secret never devulged before regarding the following:
"As I have decreed, so shall my judgements begin at the House of God...judgements will begin at my House, and from thence will they go forth unto the world and the wicked cannot escape." (Wilford Woodruff Journal, Dec. 28, 1880, and April 17, 1897)
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