LDS History, November 6, 1835

-- November 6, 1835
[Joseph Smith] Kirtland, Ohio. Joseph Smith met a man from the eastern United States who was disappointed that Joseph Smith the Prophet was nothing but a normal man. (1)

-- November 8, 1835
[Joseph Smith] Kirtland, Ohio. After church, Joseph Smith convinced his uncle John Smith and Sidney Rigdon of the error of some accusatory remarks they had made at church. (1)

-- 8 Nov. 1835
[Lucy Mack Smith] Joseph chastises Emma for leaving a meeting before the sacrament. She weeps but says nothing. (2)

-- about November 9, 1835
[Joseph Smith] Kirtland, Ohio. Joseph Smith received a visit from a man called Joshua, the Jewish Minister, who remained the entire day discussing religion. Later that day Josephs thoughts were confirmed that Joshua was really Robert Mattias and had been on trial for multiple crimes in New York. However, even this was an alias for his real name, Robert Matthews. (1)

-- about November 10, 1835
[Joseph Smith] Kirtland, Ohio. Joseph Smith continued in conversation with Robert Mattias (Robert Matthews) and told him his doctrines were of the devil. (1)

-- November 11, 1835
[Joseph Smith] Kirtland, Ohio. Joseph Smith believed Robert Mattias (Robert Matthews) to be a murderer and directed him to leave immediately after breakfast. (1)

-- November 12, 1835
[Joseph Smith] Kirtland, Ohio. Joseph Smith spoke to the Twelve Apostles about the ordinance of washing of feet and of the forthcoming endowment for which they must prepare. (1)

-- November 13, 1835
[Joseph Smith] Kirtland, Ohio. Joseph Smith spent the evening at Sidney Rigdons conversing with George Messinger Jr., a Universalist minister from Bainbridge, New York, who tried to object to Josephs teachings but was unable to say anything for the force of truth bore him down. (1)

-- November 14, 1835
[Joseph Smith] Kirtland, Ohio. Joseph Smith received a revelation calling Warren Parrish as his scribe. (1)

-- about November 16, 1835
[Joseph Smith] Kirtland, Ohio. Joseph Smith received and responded to a letter from Harvey Whitlock, in which Brother Whitlock asked for forgiveness of his past sins. (1)

-- On November 16, 1835
[Revelations] Joseph receives a letter of contrition from Harvey Whitlock and immediately replies "your letter gave sensations that are better imagined than described, let it suffice that I say the very flood-gates of my heart were broken up: I could not refrain from weeping. I thank God that it has entered into your heart to try to return to the Lord and to his people, if it so be that he will have mercy upon you. I have inquired of the Lord concerning your case. These words came to me:". Revelation of November 16, 1835. .
Verily thus saith the Lord unto you: Let him who was my servant Harvey, return unto me, and unto the bosom of my Church, and forsake all the sins, wherewith he has offended against me, and pursue from henceforth a virtuous and upright life, and remain under the direction of those I have appointed to be pillars, and heads of my Church,/Papers 1:140-142.
and behold saith the Lord your God, his sins shall be blotted out from under Heaven, and shall be forgiven from among men, and shall not come up in mine ears nor be recorded as a memorial against him. /forgiven: HC 1:315 has forgotten. (3)

-- November 18, 1835
[Joseph Smith] Mentor, Ohio. Joseph Smith preached about the resurrection at the funeral of Martin and Preserved Harriss father, Nathan Harris. (1)

-- November 19, 1835
[Joseph Smith] Kirtland, Ohio. Joseph Smith visited the Kirtland Temple and saw that the masons were putting on the finishing coat of plaster. (1)

1 - BYU Studies Journal, volume 46, no. 4: A Chronology of the Life of Joseph Smith
2 - Lucy's Book: A Critical Edition of Lucy Mack Smith's Family Memoir, Edited by Lavina Fielding Anderson, 2001, Signature Books
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Clair Barrus