The following epistle was written by Joseph Smith Jr. to William W. Phelps, November 27, 1832.
A revelation to Newel K. Whitney through Joseph Smith Jr., the Seer at Nauvoo, Illinois, July 27, 1842. The following revelation is not currently binding on any denominations in the Latter Day Saint movement as it has not been voted upon by the Saints.
O Lord, my God; thou that dwellest on high, bless I beseech of thee, the one into whose hands this may fall, and crown her with a diadem of glory in the Eternal worlds.
The following letter was written by Joseph Smith Jr. to Nancy Rigdon, the daughter of early Church Leader Sidney Rigdon, in 1842.
Recorded as Doctrine and Covenants Section 45 for Community of Christ, and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. This version was taken from Revelation Book 1, pages 71-76.
The following section on marriage was prepared while the original Book of Doctrine and Covenants was being compiled. It is not a revelation.
Given to Joseph the seer by the gift and power of God; Fayette, New York, April 10, 1830. This version was taken from the First Book of Revelations of the Church of Jesus Christ, pages 53-58.
The following sermon was given by Joseph Smith Jr. Saturday April 8, 1843 as recorded by William Clayton.
A Revelation given through Joseph Smith Jr. to the first Elders of this Church of Christ organized in these last days received December 28, 1832.
The letter and revelation by Joseph Smith Jr. to James Strang.
The instructions given by Joseph Smith Jr., as recorded by William Clayton February 9, 1843, are mirrored by the June 27, 1839 entry in Wilford Woodruff's journals. Both are presented here.
The following teachings are attributed to Joseph Smith Jr. were shortened and altered before they were included in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' edition of the Doctrine and Covenants.