Source:Joseph Smith:1832 History:I fell into transgression and sinned in many things

Joseph Smith (1832): " [I] could find none that would believe the hevnly vision...I fell into transgressions and sinned in many things "

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Joseph Smith (1832): " [I] could find none that would believe the hevnly vision...I fell into transgressions and sinned in many things"

Text in blue is in Joseph Smith's own handwriting, the remainder in the handwriting of Frederick G. Williams.

[I] could find none that would believe the hevnly vision nevertheless I pondered these things in my heart about that time my mother and but after many days I fell into transgressions and sinned in many things which brought a wound upon my soul and there were many things which transpired that cannot be writen [1]

Notes

  1. ↑ "History, circa Summer 1832," The Joseph Smith Papers.