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THE
DOCTRINE AND COVENANTS
OF THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS
SECTION 93
  33 For man is aspirit. The elements are beternal, and cspirit and element, inseparably connected, receive a fulness of joy;

Footnotes
33a
John 4: 24.
  24 aGod is a bSpirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in ctruth.
D&C 77: 2.
  2 Q. What are we to understand by the four beasts, spoken of in the same verse?
  A. They are afigurative expressions, used by the Revelator, John, in describing bheaven, the cparadise of God, the dhappiness of man, and of beasts, and of creeping things, and of the fowls of the air; that which is spiritual being in the likeness of that which is temporal; and that which is temporal in the likeness of that which is spiritual; the espirit of man in the likeness of his person, as also the spirit of the fbeast, and every other creature which God has created.
Abr. 5: 7 (7-8)
  7 And the aGods formed man from the bdust of the ground, and took his cspirit (that is, the man’s spirit), and put it into him; and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life, and man became a living dsoul.
b
c
D&C 138: 17.
  17 Their sleeping adust was to be brestored unto its cperfect frame, dbone to his bone, and the sinews and the flesh upon them, the espirit and the body to be united never again to be divided, that they might receive a fulness of fjoy.