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SELECTIONS FROM THE
BOOK OF MOSES
CHAPTER 6
(November—December 1830)
  63 And behold, all things have their alikeness, and all things are created and made to bbear record of me, both things which are temporal, and things which are spiritual; things which are in the heavens above, and things which are on the earth, and things which are in the earth, and things which are under the earth, both above and beneath: all things bear record of me.

Footnotes
63a
Heb. 8: 5.
  5 Who serve unto the example and ashadow of heavenly things, as Moses was admonished of God when he was about to make the btabernacle: for, See, saith he, that thou make all things according to the cpattern shewed to thee in the mount.
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.
b
Alma 30: 44.
  44 But Alma said unto him: Thou hast had signs enough; will ye tempt your God? Will ye say, Show unto me a sign, when ye have the testimony of aall these thy brethren, and also all the holy prophets? The scriptures are laid before thee, yea, and all things denote there is a God; yea, even the bearth, and call things that are upon the face of it, yea, and its dmotion, yea, and also all the eplanets which move in their regular form do witness that there is a Supreme Creator.
D&C 88: 47 (45-47)
  47 Behold, all these are akingdoms, and any man who hath bseen any or the least of these hath cseen God dmoving in his majesty and power.