Hiram, Ohio, October, 1831
William E. McLellin - Go preach to the eastern Jews
(and send your money to Zion)
Behold, thus saith the Lord unto my servant William E. McLellin - Blessed are you, inasmuch as you have turned away from
your iniquities, and have received my truths, saith the Lord your Redeemer, the Savior of the world, even of as many as
believe on my name.
Verily I say unto you, blessed are you for receiving mine everlasting covenant, even the fulness of my gospel, sent forth
unto the children of men, that they might have life and be made partakers of the glories which are to be revealed in the
last days, as it was written by the prophets and apostles in days of old.
William E. McLellin ,
you are blessed for believing.
Verily I say unto you, my servant William, that you are clean, but not all; repent, therefore, of those things which are not
pleasing in my sight, saith the Lord, for the Lord will bshow them unto you.
But you're not quite clean.
And now, verily, I, the Lord, will show unto you what I will concerning you, or what is my will concerning you.
Now I, the Lord, will tell you what I want you to do,
or what I want you to do.
Behold, verily I say unto you, that it is my will that you should proclaim my gospel from land to land, and from bcity
to city, yea, in those regions round about where it has not been proclaimed.
Preach my gospel where it hasn't been preached before.
Tarry not many days in this place; go not up unto the land of Zion as yet; but
inasmuch as you can send, send; otherwise,
think not of thy property.
Don't go to Zion yet,
but send as much money there as you can.
Go unto the eastern lands, bear testimony in every place,
unto every people and in their synagogues, reasoning with the people.
Go preach in all of the eastern synagogues. 
Heal the sick, but don't commit adultery
(which is something you tend to do)
Let my servant Samuel H. Smith go with you, and forsake him not, and give him thine instructions; and he that is faithful
shall be made strong in every place; and I, the Lord, will go with you.
Take Samuel H. Smith with you.
(I'll go along with you, as well.)
Lay your hands upon the sick, and they shall recover. Return not till I, the Lord, shall send you. Be patient in affliction. d
sk, and ye shall receive; knock, and it shall be opened unto you.
Touch sick people with your hands, and they'll recover.
Don't return until I tell you.
Seek not to be cumbered. Forsake all unrighteousness. Commit not adultery - a temptation with which thou hast
Keep these sayings, for they are true and faithful; and thou shalt magnify thine office, and push many people to
Zion with songs of everlasting joy upon their heads.
Continue in these things even unto the end, and you shall have a crown of eternal life at the right hand of my Father,
who is full of grace and truth.
Don't commit adultery
(which is something you have a bit of a problem with.)
Verily, thus saith the Lord your God, your Redeemer, even Jesus Christ. Amen.
That's what I, Jesus, your God, say to you.
- William E. McLellin (v.1)
McLellin was excommunicated twice from the Mormon church.
Wikipedia: William E. McLellin
- In their synagogues (v.7)
The Lord tells Mr. McLellin to preach in all the eastern synagogues.
So he was supposed to go preach to the Jews in New York City?