Striking Hands and Fellowshipping

Brigham Young, President of the Church, 25 Oct. 1863: When we see the time that we can willingly strike hands and have full fellowship with those who despise the kingdom of God, know ye then that the Priesthood of the Son of God is out of your possession. Let us be careful how we make friends with and fellowship unrighteousness, lest the curse of God descends heavily upon us.” (“Remarks,” reported by G. D. Watt, The Deseret News [weekly], vol. 13, no. 18, edited by Albert Carrington [Great Salt Lake City: 18 Nov. 1863], p. 135; also “Our Relationship and Duty to God and His Kingdom . . . ,” reported by G. D. Watt, Journal of Discourses, vol. 10 [Liverpool: Published by Daniel H. Wells, 1865], p. 273.)

And it came to pass that they did have their signs, yea, their secret signs, and their secret words; and this that they might distinguish a brother who had entered into the covenant, that whatsoever wickedness his brother should do he should not be injured by his brother, nor by those who did belong to his band, who had taken this covenant.” (Helaman 6:22.)


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1 Response to Striking Hands and Fellowshipping

  1. Marc says:

    The honorary degree…could it be for all the hard work by the folks that brought down the world trade centers? I mean…that couldn’t have been easy…right?! Lot’s of classes in Financial Mathologies…Bombery & Destructive Geometry…Airplane Calcultionism and the class of classes…BS & Lielogy 101. Oh my…I almost forgot Hypnotic Animal Husbandry with a minor in SHEEPLISM.
    AND…”they shall have it that way.”

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