Sections

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Sections 1-112 | Joseph Smith Jr. (1830-1844)

Section 1: The Lord’s Preface

Section 2: Martin Harris Loses The Book of Lehi

Section 3: How to Continue Working on Book of Mormon

Section 4: To Joseph Smith Sr.

Section 5: To Martin Harris About Seeing the Gold Plates

Section 6: Oliver Cowdery is to be Joseph Smith Jr.’s Scribe While Working on the Book of Mormon

Section 7: The Account of John The Beloved

Section 8: Oliver Cowdery Wants to Dictate Part of the Book of Mormon and is Given Permission

Section 9: Oliver Cowdery Fails at Dictating, but Should Continue as Scribe

Section 10: To Hyrum Smith

Section 11: To Joseph Knight Sr.

Section 12: To David Whitmer

Section 13: To John Whitmer

Section 14: To Peter Whitmer Jr.

Section 15: To the Three Witnesses

Section 16: Three Witnesses to Find Twelve Apostles and the Duties of Apostles

Section 17: The Articles and Covenants of the Church

Section 18: Appeasing Martin Harris’s Funding Concerns

Section 19: Organization of the Church

Section 20: The Question of Rebaptism

Section 21: To Oliver Cowdery, Hyrum Smith, Samuel Smith, Joseph Smith Sr., and Joseph Knight Sr.

Section 22: The Visions of Moses

Section 23: To Oliver Cowdery after Joseph Smith’s Arrest

Section 24: To Emma Smith

Section 25: The Law of Common Consent

Section 26: Communion Emblems; Authority of Priesthood

Section 27: Hiram Page’s seer stone; Joseph Smith Jr. solidifies power; first missionaries

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Section 29: To David Whitmer, Peter Whitmer Jr., and John Whitmer

Section 30: Thomas B. Marsh Called on Mission

Section 31: To Parley P. Pratt and Ziba Peterson

Section 32: To Ezra Thayre and Northrop Sweet

Section 33: To Orson Pratt

Section 34: To Sidney Rigdon

Section 35: To Edward Partridge

Section 36: Extract from The Prophecy of Enoch

Section 37: Smith and Rigdon to Temporarily Suspend Work on Inspired Version and Go to Ohio

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Section 111: Statement on Marriage and Government

Section 112: Declaration on Governments and Laws in General

Sections 132-138 | Fredrick M. Smith (1915-1946)
Sections 139-144 | Israel A. Smith (1946-1958)
Sections 163-165 | Stephen M. Veazey (2005-present)

Decanonized and Removed

Lectures on Faith

Decanonized on September 13, 1878 with WCR #215, and removed in 1897 edition

Note: The version presented is a new version. I incorporate the 1952 sub versings and modify some of the text to include the Book of Mormon’s versing system, which didn’t exist at the time.

Prefaces

Lecture 1: The Definition of Faith

Lecture 2: The Object of Faith

Lecture 3: The Character of God

Lecture 4: The Attributes of God

Lecture 5: The Nature of God

Lecture 6: The Law of Sacrifice

Lecture 7: The Effects of Faith