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English citations of telestial
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- 1835, Joseph Smith, Jr. and Sidney Rigdon, Doctrine and Covenants, 76:81:
- And again, we saw the glory of the telestial, which glory is that of the lesser, even as the glory of the stars differs from that of the glory of the moon in the firmament.
- 1979 February, Richard H. Cracroft, “Mirthright: My Most Unforgettable Funeral”, Ensign, page 29:
- “Dr. Brown,” gasped the astonished speaker, his face turning a telestial red, “I thought you had. … I—I—thought you were …” and his voice trailed off to a long gasp.
- 1981 February, Steve Dunn Hanson, “What to Do with Adversity”, Ensign, page 54:
- Possessing telestial bodies, living among telestial people, and having telestial knowledge and wisdom naturally bring difficulties, problems, and frustrations.
- 1997 August, Quentin L. Cook, “The Message: Saturday-Morning Cartoons”, New Era, volume 27, page 4:
- In essence we let celestial goals get sidetracked by telestial distractions.