Saturday, July 18, 2020

Church History and Smoking Guns. Who is More Believable?

The ends of the earth shall inquire after your name, and fools shall have you in derision, and hell shall rage against you, while the pure in heart, and the wise, and the noble, and the virtuous shall seek counsel, and authority, and blessings constantly from under your hand. And your people shall never be turned against you by the testimony of traitors, and although their influence shall cast you into trouble, and into bars and walls, you shall be had in honor.
—T&C 139:7

I just watched this video, and felt it important enough to share here. All Latter-day Saints, and everyone with an interest in the Restoration through Joseph Smith needs to see the actual, documented evidence showing how the official history is now the opposite of the truth.

If your loyalty lies with Brigham Young or his legacy, you join the litany of fools who hold Joseph Smith in derision. The revelation says Joseph’s people would never be turned against him by the testimony of traitors. Therefore, it stands to reason, that if you believe the testimony of traitors, you are not counted among “Joseph’s people.”  

Seriously, watch the video. It will be worth your time.


  1. Thank you for your excellent talk and your research is appreciated, In your research did you come across any information about a secretary to Joseph in the Nauvoo by the name of James or John Whitehead, who stayed with the Saints that refused to follow Brigham and the the main body of the Church west. He testified under oath in a court hearing that Joseph was planning to bring Brigham Young before the High Council for Spiritual Wife's and he believes that Brigham and other brothern were directly responsible for Joseph's death, Hyrum and William Smith. Whitehead joined the same group as Emma Smith. Brigham Young wanted the notes that J Whitehead had, but they were never given to him

    1. Hi Unknown,

      I didn't create this video, so I would suggest you ask this question of the video's creator. You can do so in the comments section on Youtube, if you click through and open the video there.


    2. do you have a reference for this

  2. Definitely worth the time to watch!

    It is a little long and I had already heard a lot of what was covered, but there were also several new things I learned and the video put the puzzle together in a clear, memorable, and easy to follow way.

    Thanks for posting this,
    Peter Martin


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