There are a great many things, probably, that are taught you from this stand—that is, from individuals. They are taught to you; and you, probably, have not got faith and confidence in them. Well, now, I do not care whether you have or not: if you will go and do as you are told, you shall have a knowledge, although you had not a particle of faith when you began. That is curious religion; but there is no knowledge on any other principle, only by obedience.
Heber C. Kimball
Journal of Discourses 6:30
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ado his bwill, he shall cknow of the doctrine, whether it be of God, or I speak of myself.