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THE
DOCTRINE AND COVENANTS
OF THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS
SECTION 76
  70 These are they whose bodies are acelestial, whose bglory is that of the csun, even the glory of God, the dhighest of all, whose glory the sun of the firmament is written of as being typical.

Footnotes
70a
D&C 88: 29.
  29 Ye who are aquickened by a portion of the celestial bglory shall then receive of the same, even a fulness.
D&C 131: 1 (1-4)
  1 In the acelestial glory there are three bheavens or degrees;
D&C 137: 7.
  7 Thus came the avoice of the Lord unto me, saying: All who have died bwithout a knowledge of this gospel, who would have received it if they had been permitted to tarry, shall be cheirs of the celestial kingdom of God;
b
Dan. 12: 3.
  3 And they that be awise shall bshine as the cbrightness of the firmament; and they that turn many to drighteousness as the stars for ever and ever.
D&C 137: 2 (2-4)
  2 I saw the transcendent abeauty of the bgate through which the heirs of that kingdom will enter, which was clike unto dcircling flames of fire;
c
Matt. 13: 43.
  43 Then shall the arighteous bshine forth as the csun in the kingdom of their Father. Who hath ears to hear, let him hear.
1 Cor. 15: 41 (40-42)
  41 There is one glory of the asun, and another glory of the moon, and another glory of the bstars: for one star cdiffereth from another star in dglory.
d