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  35 The aelements are the btabernacle of God; yea, man is the tabernacle of God, even ctemples; and whatsoever temple is ddefiled, God shall destroy that temple.

Gen. 2: 7.
  7 And the Lord God aformed bman of the cdust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the dbreath of life; and eman became a living fsoul.
Morm. 9: 17.
  17 Who shall say that it was not a miracle that by his aword the heaven and the earth should be; and by the power of his word man was bcreated of the cdust of the earth; and by the power of his word have miracles been wrought?
D&C 77: 12.
  12 Q. What are we to understand by the sounding of the atrumpets, mentioned in the 8th chapter of Revelation?
  A. We are to understand that as God bmade the world in six days, and on the seventh day he finished his work, and csanctified it, and also formed man out of the ddust of the earth, even so, in the beginning of the seventh thousand years will the Lord God esanctify the earth, and complete the salvation of man, and fjudge all things, and shall gredeem all things, except that which he hath not put into his power, when he shall have sealed all things, unto the end of all things; and the sounding of the trumpets of the seven angels are the preparing and finishing of his work, in the beginning of the seventh thousand years—the hpreparing of the way before the time of his coming.
2 Pet. 1: 13.
  13 Yea, I think it ameet, as long as I am in this btabernacle, to stir you up by putting you in remembrance;
D&C 88: 41 (12, 41, 45)
  41 He acomprehendeth all things, and all things are before him, and all things are round about him; and he is above all things, and in all things, and is through all things, and is round about all things; and all things are by him, and of him, even God, forever and ever.
Mark 7: 15.
  15 There is nothing from without a man, that entering into him can adefile him: but the things which come out of him, those are they that bdefile the man.
1 Cor. 3: 17 (16-17)
  17 If any man adefile the temple of God, him shall God destroy; for the temple of God is bholy, which temple ye are.
Titus 1: 15.
  15 aUnto the pure all things are bpure: but unto them that are cdefiled and unbelieving is nothing pure; but even their dmind and econscience is fdefiled.
2 Ne. 19: 17.
  17 Therefore the Lord shall have no joy in their young men, neither shall have amercy on their fatherless and bwidows; for cevery one of them is a hypocrite and an devildoer, and every mouth speaketh efolly. For all this his anger is not turned away, but his fhand is stretched out still.