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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INDEX
Numerals refer to pages and verses. Thus, 11-17 indicates page 11 and verse 17 on that page. In general, the verse in which the beginning of the subject-matter occurs is the only one specified.
Aaronic Priesthood, see Priesthood of Aaron.
Abel, birth of, 11-17; slain by Cain, 12-32; blood of, cried from the ground, 13-35.
Abraham, sought the blessings of the fathers; a high priest, 29-2; sought appointment unto priesthood, 29-4; in hands of idolatrous priests, 30-12; delivered from idolatrous priests by Jehovah, 30-16; commanded to leave Chaldea, 32-3; went to Haran, 32-4; the Lord, Jehovah, appeared unto, 32-6, 8, 33-19; promises given to, 32-9; talked with the Lord face to face, 36-11; chosen, before he was born, 37-23.
Adam, first of all men, 4-34; gave names to beasts and fowls, 8-20; sent forth from Garden of Eden, 10-31; began to till the earth, 10-1; begat sons and daughters, 10-2; children of, begat sons and daughters, 10-8; asked by angel of the Lord why he offered sacrifice, 11-6; commanded to repent, and to call upon God in name of the Son, 11-8; Holy Ghost fell upon, 11-9; began to prophesy; eyes of, opened because of transgression, 11-10; called upon his sons to repent, 14-1; language of, pure and undefiled, 14-6; caught away by the Spirit and baptized, 19-64, 66; after the order of God, 19-67.
Adam and Eve, shut out from presence of God, 10-4; commanded to worship and offer firstlings of their flocks, 10-5; made all things known to their sons and daughters, 11-12.
Agency of Man, Satan sought to destroy the, 8-3: given in the Garden of Eden, 22-32.
Agents unto Themselves, men are, 18-56.
Almighty, name of God, 1-3, 3-25.
Ancient Records, existence of, revealed to Joseph Smith, 51-34.
Angel, Moroni, visits Joseph Smith, 50- 30.
Angel of God's Presence, delivered Abraham, 30-15.
Angel of the Lord, asked Adam why he offered sacrifice, 11-6.
Angels, seen by Enoch, 21-25, 27.
Anger, of the Lord kindled in days of Noah, 25-15.
Anthon, Charles, certifies to translation from ancient records, 55-64.
Articles of Faith, The, page 58.
Bear Record of God, all things created and made to, 19-63.
Beginning and End, God is without, 1-3; God is the, 4-1.
Begotten, Only, see Only Begotten.
Beloved Son, chosen from the beginning, 8-2.
Bible, extract from, translation of, page 43.
Book of Mormon, translation of, with Oliver Cowdery as scribe, 56-67.
Book of Remembrance, kept in language of Adam, 14-5; written according to pattern given, 17-46.
Born again, men must be, 18-59.
Born of the Spirit, Adam was, 19-65.
Breastplate, deposited with the ancient records, 51-35; Joseph Smith's first view of, 53-52; delivered into custody of Joseph Smith, 54-59.
Cain, birth of, 11-16; loved Satan more than God, 12-18, 28; by Satan commanded to make an offering unto the Lord, 12-18; to rule over Satan, 12-23; to be the father of lies; to be called Perdition; was before the world, 12-24; to receive great cursing except he repent, 12-25; sworn to secrecy by Satan, 12-29; slew Abel, 12-32; to be cursed from the earth, 13-36; to be a fugitive and a vagabond, 13-37; begat many sons and daughters; builded the city Enoch; genealogy of descendants of, to Lamech, 13-42; seed of, were black, 21-22.
Cainan, son of Enos, 15-17.
Canaan, Land of, Enoch's prophecy concerning, 20-7; children of, became black, 20-8; promised to seed of Abraham, 33-19.
Canannites, blood of, perpetuated by the Egyptians, 31-22.
Chaldea, famine in 31-29.
Children, whole from foundation of world, 18-54; conceived in sin, 18-55; sacrificed to idols, 29-7.
Children of Men, preexistence of, 7-5.
Chosen, Abraham was, before he was born, 37-23.
Chosen, My, a name used for Jesus Christ; sufferings of, for the wicked, foretold, 22-39.
City of Holiness, built by Enoch, 21-19.

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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
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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