The Pearl of Great Price: A Selection from the Revelations, Translations, and Narrations of Joseph Smith, First Prophet, Seer and Revelator to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints from 8 to 13 September 1980

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THE PEARL OF GREAT PRICE

THE BOOK OF MOSES

CHAPTER 1.
VISIONS OF MOSES

As revealed to Joseph Smith the Prophet, in June, 1830.

1. The words of God, which he spakea, unto Moses at a time when Moses was caught up into an exceedingly high mountain,b,

2. And he saw Godc, face to face,d, and he talked with him,e, and the glory of God was upon Moses;f, therefore Moses could endure his presence.g,

3. And God spake unto Moses,h, saying: Behold, I am the Lord God Almighty,i, and Endlessj, is my name;k, for I am without beginning of days or end of years;l, and is not this endless?

4. And, behold, thou art my son; wherefore look,m, and I will show thee the workmanship of mine hands;n, but not all, for my works are without end,o, and also my words, for they never cease.p,

5. Wherefore, no man can behold all my works, except he behold all my glory; and no man can behold all my glory, and afterwards remain in the flesh on the earth.q,

6. And I have a work for thee, Moses, my son; and thou art in the similitude of mine Only Begotten;r, and mine Only Begottens, is and shall be the Savior,t, for he is full of grace and truth;u, but there is no God beside me, and all things are present with me, for I know them all.v,

7. And now, behold, this one

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a,
vers. 3, 31, 37. 2:1. 4:1, 32. 6:27, 32, 35. 7:32, 41, 60. 8:15. Abraham 1:16. 2:6, 22. 3:4-27. Compare Ex. 31:1. 33:9 A1. 12:30.
b,
ver. 42.
c,
ver. 11. 7:4. See also Ex. 24:10. 33:11. Judg. 13:22. Isa. 6:1-5. Eth. 3. Joseph Smith 2:16-20. D. & C. 76:11-24. 110:1-4. Compare Ex. 3:6. 33:20-23. 1 Ne. 11:11. D. & C. 67:11.
d,
vers, 11, 31. 7:4. Abraham 3:11. Ex. 33:11. Compare Gen. 32:30. Num. 12:8. Judg. 6:22. Al. 38:7. Eth. 12:39. D. & C. 17:1.
e,
Abraham 3:11. Compare D. & C. 17:1.
f,
vers. 11, 18, 25, 31. Compare vers. 9, 14. 3 Ne. 19:25. D. & C. 94:8, 9. See also Moses 7:3, 17. Ex. 33:18. 34:29-35. Matt. 17:2.
g,
vers. 11, 31. Compare ver. 14.
h,
see ver. 1.
i,
ver. 25. 2:1. Compare Ex. 20:2. Lev. 26:1, 13. Deut. 5:6. Ps. 81:10. Hos. 13:4. 2 Ne. 28:15. He. 10:11. 3 Ne. 4:32.
j,
7:35. Compare 2:1. D. & C. 19:4, 10.
k,
compare 7:35. Abraham 1:16. D. & C. 39:1.
l,
2:1. 6:67. Compare Abraham 2:8. Isa. 44:6. Rev. 21:6. Mos. 3:5. Al. 11:39. 13:7-9. 3 Ne. 9:18. Moro. 7:22. 8:18. D. & C. 29:33. 39:1. 61:1. 76:4. 88:6-13. 93:8-10.
m,
7:4, 6, 9, 44, 45. Compare 1 Ne. 11:8, 12, 19.
n,
7:32, 37. Compare 2 Ne. 27:34.
o,
ver. 38. Compare D. & C. 29:33.
p,
compare 2 Ne. 29.
q,
John 1:18. 1 Tim, 6:16. 1 John 4:12 Compare D. & C. 84:19. Also 35:21. 50:45. 67:10-14. 76:18. 84:88. 93:1. 97:16. 107:19. 110:1. 136:37.
r,
vers, 13, 16. Compare 2:26, 27. Jac. 4:5. Mos. 7:27, Al. 18:34. Eth. 3:6-16.
s,
vers, 17, 21, 32, 33. 2:26, 27. 3:18. 4:28. 5:7, 9, 57. 6:52, 57. 7:50, 59, 62. Compare ver. 19. 5:13. 2 Ne. 25:12. Al. 5:48. 9:26. 13:9. D. & C. 20:21. 29:42. 76:23, 25, 35. 93:11.
t,
compare 5:9. 6:54. 7:39. See also 1 Ne. 10:4. 13:40. 21:26. 22:12. 2 Ne. 6:18. 31:13. Mos. 3:20. 3 Ne. 5:20. Morm. 3:14. 7:10. 8:6. Moro. 8:29.
u,
ver. 32. 5:7. 6:52. 7:11. Compare 2 Ne. 2:6, 8. Al. 5:48. 9:26. 13:9.
v,
ver. 35, 1 Ne. 9:6. W. of Morm. 1:7. Compare A1. 7:13. 40:5, 10. Morm. 8:17.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Explanatory Introduction iii
  • Chronological Order of Contents vi
  • Abbreviations ix
  • Section 112. 1
  • Index and Concordance 259
  • The Pearl of Great Price i
  • Title Page i
  • Contents iii
  • Abbreviations iv
  • The Book of Moses 1
  • The Book of Abraham 29
  • Writings of Joseph Smith 43
  • The Articles of Faith 59
  • Index 61
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