Joseph Smith-Matthew (abbreviated JS–M) is a book in the Pearl of Great Price, a scriptural text used by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) and other Latter-Day Saint denominations. Joseph Smith—Matthew consists of Joseph Smith, Jr.’s “retranslation” of portions of the Gospel of Matthew. It was originally published in 1831 in Kirtland, Ohio in an undated broadsheet as “Extract from the New Translation of the Bible“.
Joseph Smith—Matthew includes Joseph Smith’s retranslation of Matthew 23:39 and all of Matthew Chapter 24. It was created by Smith in 1831. The text deals mainly with Jesus’ prophecy of the coming destruction of Jerusalem and of similar calamities that will precede his Second Coming. Joseph Smith—Matthew contains significant changes and additions to the original biblical text.
Joseph Smith-Matthew and the Book of Moses (also contained in the Pearl of Great Price) are the only portions of the Joseph Smith Translation of the Bible that the LDS Church has canonized as part of its standard works. Other selections from the Joseph Smith Translation are included in the footnotes and the appendix in the LDS Church-published King James Version of the Bible, but the LDS Church has not officially canonized these excerpts.
- Authorized King James Version
- Preface To Authorized King James Version (K.J.V.) of 1611
- The Bible KJV (Read)
- Latter Day Saint Canons
- The Articles of Faith
- LDS Edition of The Bible
- Joseph Smith Translation Of The Bible
- Joseph Smith—History
- Joseph Smith—Matthew
- Book of Common Prayer
- Book of Mormon
- The Book of Mormon (pdf)
- Book of Moses
- The Book of Abraham
- Doctrine And Covenants
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- Pearl Of Great Price (Mormonism)
- Problems With the Book Of Mormon
- Word of Wisdom of LDS
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