June 1829. David Whitmer, John Whitmer, and Peter Whitmer Jr. were anxious to know their duties concerning the work of the Lord. Joseph Smith inquired through the Urim and Thummim on their behalf.
June 1829. Oliver Cowdery, David Whitmer, and Martin Harris wanted to know if they were to be the Three Witnesses spoken of in the Book of Mormon. Joseph Smith inquired through the Urim and Thummim.
June 1829. Joseph Smith and Oliver Cowdery were anxious to know more about the priesthood and made it a matter of humble prayer.
Apr. 1830. The Lord revealed to Joseph Smith and Oliver Cowdery instructions on Church government and organization, including the precise day upon which they should organize His Church once more upon the earth.
Apr. 6, 1830. The Prophet Joseph Smith dictated this revelation by the Spirit during the meeting to organize the Church.
Sept. 1830. The Prophet Joseph was concerned over Hiram Page’s use of a seer stone.
Sept. 1830. Given in the presence of six elders, this revelation came at a time when many were interested in the doctrine of Zion, or the New Jerusalem.
Sept. 1830. The Prophet Joseph received revelations for David Whitmer, Peter Whitmer Jr., and John Whitmer based on their actions during the Hiram Page incident.
Sept. 1830. Thomas B. Marsh desired to know the will of the Lord concerning himself.
Oct. 1830. Several elders, including Oliver Cowdery and Peter Whitmer Jr., wondered if the number of missionaries assigned to teach the gospel to the Lamanites could be increased.
Oct. 1830. Ezra Thayre and Northrop Sweet, newly ordained elders, desired to know the will of the Lord concerning them.
Nov. 4, 1830. Orson Pratt traveled 200 miles (320 km) to see the Prophet Joseph Smith and to learn the Lord’s will for himself.
Dec. 1830. Sidney Rigdon, who had recently been baptized, asked the Prophet Joseph to reveal the Lord’s will concerning him.
Dec. 1830. Edward Partridge asked the Prophet Joseph to inquire of the Lord on his behalf.
Dec. 1830. The Church in New York had been under constant harassment, and the lives of Church leaders were in danger. As the Prophet Joseph and Sidney Rigdon worked on an inspired translation of the Bible, the Lord gave this commandment to move to Ohio.
Jan. 2, 1831. Many Saints were poor and desired to know more about the move to Ohio.
Jan. 5, 1831. James Covill, a Baptist minister for about 40 years, promised to obey any command the Lord gave him through the Prophet Joseph Smith. The Prophet inquired of the Lord on his behalf.
Jan. 1831. When James Covill rejected the command of the Lord, the Lord gave this revelation to the Prophet Joseph and Sidney Rigdon.