José Smith/Personajes que se le presentaban

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Personajes que aparecieron a José Smith

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La siguiente lista incluye personajes conocidos que aparecieron al profeta José Smith, o que fueron vistos por él en visión. La lista no incluye los casos en los que sólo oímos voces sobrenaturales, como en DC 128:20-21].

Abraham

D&C 137:5

Adam (Michael)

D&C 137:5; History of the Church, 3:388. BYU Studies link;History of the Church, 5:247. BYU Studies link

Alvin Smith

D&C 137:5

Elias

D&C 110:12

Elijah

D&C 110:13–16

God the Father

JS—H 1:17; D&C 76:20; 137:3

James

D&C 27:12; 128:20

Jesus Christ

JS—H 1:17; D&C 76:20–24; 110:2–10; 137:3

John the Baptist

D&C 13; 27:8

John the Beloved

D&C 27:12; 128:20

Moroni

JS—H 1:30–49; D&C 20:6; 27:5

Moses

D&C 110:11

Paul

Joseph Smith, Jr., Teachings of the Prophet Joseph Smith, selected by Joseph Fielding Smith, (Salt Lake City: Deseret Book Company, 1976), 180. ISBN 087579243X. off-site (Inglés)

Peter

D&C 27:12; 128:20

Satan

D&C 128:20

Unnamed angel

(concerning wine in sacrament) D&C 27

Unnamed angel

(with three witnesses) History of the Church, 1:54–55. Volume 1 link

Unnamed angel

(accepted dedication of the Kirtland Temple) Life of Heber C. Kimball, p. 106; Temples of the Most High, p. 28

Notas


  • Both Joseph Smith and Oliver Cowdery saw John the Baptist together (D&C 13); Peter, James, and John together (D&C 27:12 and 128:20); Jesus Christ together (D&C 110:2–10); Elijah together (D&C 110:13–16); Moses together (D&C 110:11); and Elias together (D&C 110:12).
  • Both Joseph Smith and Sidney Rigdon saw God the Father and Jesus Christ together (D&C 76:20–24).
  • Joseph Smith, Martin Harris, Oliver Cowdery, and David Whitmer saw an unnamed angel together (History of the Church, 1:54–55. Volume 1 link). These were the three witnesses to the Book of Mormon.
  • John Taylor claimed that Joseph Smith saw Enoch (John Taylor, Journal of Discourses 21:65; John Taylor, Journal of Discourses 21:94), Isaac (John Taylor, Journal of Discourses 21:94), Jacob (John Taylor, Journal of Discourses 21:94), Mormon (John Taylor, Journal of Discourses 17:374 and John Taylor, Journal of Discourses 21:163), Nephi (John Taylor, Journal of Discourses 21:161-163), Noah (John Taylor, Journal of Discourses 18:326, John Taylor, Journal of Discourses 21:94, and John Taylor, Journal of Discourses 23:48), the 12 Jewish apostles (John Taylor, Journal of Discourses 21:94), the 12 Nephite apostles (John Taylor, Journal of Discourses 21:94), "others who lived on this [the American] continent" (John Taylor, Journal of Discourses 17:374), "others who lived on the Asiatic continent" (John Taylor, Journal of Discourses 17:374), and an unnamed angel (John Taylor, Journal of Discourses 5:271).
  • George Q. Cannon claimed that Joseph Smith saw Nephi (George Q. Cannon, Journal of Discourses 13:47).
  • Orson Pratt claimed that Joseph Smith saw Nephi (Orson Pratt Letter Box, 3/11/1876).
  • Oliver B. Huntington claimed that Joseph Smith saw Eve (Oliver B. Huntington Diary, BYU Library, 2:214).
  • Eliza R. Snow claimed that Joseph Smith saw an unnamed angel three times, commanding him to practice polygamy (Biography and Family Records of Lorenzo Snow, (Salt Lake City: Desert News, 1884), 69–70).