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Men Must Be Born of Water and the Spirit to Enter the Kingdom of God (May 21, 1843)

except a man be born again he cannot See the Kingdom of God; second except a man be born of water and the spirit he cannot enter into the Kingdom of God.

Discourse, 21 May 1843, as Reported by James Burgess, p. 9, The Joseph Smith Papers. It should be noted that Willard Richards, Franklin D. Richards, Levi Richards, and Howard Coray all created accounts of Joseph Smith’s May 21, 1843 sermon but did not include a reference to being born again.

Change of Heart Required to See the Kingdom of God (October 15, 1843)

one thing to see the kingdom. & another to be in it. must have a change of heart. to see the kingdom of Good. & subsribe the articles of adoption to enter therein.

Discourse, 15 October 1843, as Reported by Willard Richards, p. 130, The Joseph Smith Papers.

Being Born Again Comes by the Spirit of God through Ordinances — William Clayton Account (Between circa June 26 and circa August 4, 1839)

Being born again comes by the Spirit of God through ordinances.

Discourse, between circa 26 June and circa 4 August 1839–A, as Reported by William Clayton, p. 24, The Joseph Smith Papers. It should be noted that an unidentified scribe also created an account of this discourse by Joseph Smith but did not include a reference to being born again. See also, History, 1838–1856, volume C-1, p. 13, The Joseph Smith Papers.

Being Born Again Comes by the Spirit of God through Ordinances — Willard Richards Account (Between circa June 26 and circa August 4, 1839)

Being born again comes by the Spirit of God through ordinances.

Discourse, between circa 26 June and circa 4 August 1839–A, as Reported by Willard Richards, p. 72, The Joseph Smith Papers. It should be noted that an unidentified scribe also created an account of this discourse by Joseph Smith but did not include a reference to being born again. See also, History, 1838–1856, volume C-1, p. 13, The Joseph Smith Papers.

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