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During the first season of Herman's Head, Smith taught herself to paint by copying other artists.
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Smith and priesthood
Bronze statue in Temple Square, Salt Lake City, representing Saint Peter | Peter, James, son of Zebedee | James, and John the Apostle | John in the act of conferring the Melchizedek priesthood to Joseph Smith and Oliver Cowdery
Bishops ( as well as other members of the priesthood ) can trace their line of authority back to Joseph Smith, Jr., who, according to church doctrine, was ordained to lead the Church in modern times by the ancient apostles Peter, James, and John, who were ordained to lead the Church by Jesus Christ.
A modern revelation that resulted in some " disaffection " and " led to intense conflict in scattered areas of the RLDS Church " is contained in the Community of Christ version's Section 156, presented by Prophet-President Wallace B. Smith and added in 1984, which called for construction of the Independence Temple and the ordination of women to the priesthood, among other changes.
It also teaches that in 1829, along with the resurrected Peter and the resurrected James, John visited Joseph Smith and Oliver Cowdery and restored the priesthood authority with Apostolic succession to earth .< Ref > Doctrine and Covenants 27: 12 .</ ref > John, along with the Three Nephites, will live to see the Second Coming of Christ as translated beings.
Latter Day Saints believe that Joseph Smith, Jr. and Oliver Cowdery were visited by the angel of John the Baptist near Harmony in 1829, where he bestowed on Smith and Cowdery the Aaronic priesthood.
Somewhere between Harmony and Colesville, New York, Peter, James, and John bestowed upon Smith and Cowdery the Melchizedek priesthood.
Bronze statue in Temple Square, Salt Lake City, representing Saint Peter | Peter, James, son of Zebedee | James, and John the Apostle | John in the act of conferring the Melchizedek priesthood to Joseph Smith and Oliver Cowdery, as envisioned by most modern Latter Day Saints.
According to Joseph Smith, Jr., the name of this priesthood became Melchizedek " because Melchizedek was such a great high priest " and " to avoid the too frequent repetition " of the " name of the Supreme Being ".
Joseph Smith, Jr. and Oliver Cowdery said they were visited by John the Baptist, who laid his hands on their head and gave them the Aaronic priesthood.
Unlike this restoration, however, which Smith described in detail and gave an exact date when it happened, Smith never gave a description of any vision in which he saw an angel separately confer the Melchizedek priesthood.
After the Mormons were expelled from Missouri, Smith took an increasingly strong anti-slavery position, and a few black men were ordained to the LDS priesthood.
Although Joseph Smith is not known to have made any statements regarding blacks and the priesthood, he was aware of the ordination of at least one black man to the office of elder.
Walker Lewis was another free black man who held the Mormon priesthood prior to the death of Joseph Smith.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints ( LDS Church ) teaches that James has been resurrected and that in 1829 he — along with the resurrected Peter and the translated John — visited Joseph Smith and Oliver Cowdery and restored the priesthood authority with Apostolic succession to earth .< Ref > Doctrine and Covenants 27: 12 .</ ref >
In the same sermon, Smith taught that Adam holds " the keys of the universe ", so that it is through his authority that all priesthood " keys " ( i. e., the abilities to unlock particular priesthood powers ) are revealed from heaven.
The Susquehanna River holds importance for members of the Latter Day Saint movement as the location where Joseph Smith, Jr. and Oliver Cowdery received the priesthood from heavenly beings and the place in which the first Latter Day Saint baptisms occurred.
Smith and Cowdery said that they were visited on May 15, 1829, by the resurrected John the Baptist and given the Aaronic priesthood ; following his visit, Smith and Cowdery baptized each other in the river.
A 19th century drawing of Joseph Smith and Oliver Cowdery receiving the Aaronic priesthood ( Latter Day Saints ) | Aaronic priesthood from John the Baptist.
Adherents of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints ( LDS ), commonly called Mormons, believe that founder Joseph Smith, Jr., was a prophet of God, chosen to restore the primitive, apostolic church established by Jesus, now " in its fullness ", rather than to reform the church or priesthood, which had ceased to exist in any substantial or authoritative sense shortly after the end of the apostolic age and before the First Council of Nicaea in 325.

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