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These two phenomenal facts imply some strong antagonism to the priesthood and their system.
The Roman Catholic priesthood, to a man, would lend to it the influence of all its spiritual authority.
And through Christ come all the distinguishing features, and all the high privileges of his people, as an holy priesthood.
Had it not been for the Everlasting Covenant, the rite of sacrifice had not been instituted, and a priesthood had not been.
Those faithful to the covenant of the priesthood are approved, while the desecrators thereof are fearfully condemned.
Phinees, our father, by being fervent in the zeal of God, received the covenant of an everlasting priesthood.
And he confirmed him in the high priesthood and all the honours he had before, and he made him the chief of his friends.
Behold, these are written in the book of the days of his priesthood, from the time that he was made high priest after his father.
There were grades of rank among the priesthood; but not more so than in the Roman Catholic Church.
The boy-parson lays down the sanctity of the priesthood and rapturously sues for admission.

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