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(June—October 1830)
  5 And now the serpent was more asubtle than any beast of the field which I, the Lord God, had made.

Gen. 3: 1.
  1 Now the aserpent was more bsubtil than any beast of the field which the Lord God had made. And he said unto the woman, cYea, hath God said, Ye shall not eat of every tree of the garden?
Mosiah 16: 3.
  3 For they are acarnal and devilish, and the devil has power over them; yea, even that old serpent that did bbeguile our first parents, which was the ccause of their fall; which was the cause of dall mankind becoming carnal, sensual, devilish, eknowing evil from good, fsubjecting themselves to the devil.
Alma 12: 4.
  4 And thou seest that we know that thy plan was a very asubtle plan, as to the subtlety of the devil, for to lie and to deceive this people that thou mightest set them against us, to brevile us and to cast us out—
D&C 123: 12.
  12 For there are many yet on the earth among all sects, parties, and denominations, who are ablinded by the subtle bcraftiness of men, whereby they lie in wait to cdeceive, and who are only kept from the truth because they dknow not where to find it—