Mar. 1832. The Prophet Joseph instructed priesthood leaders concerning the law of consecration and establishing a storehouse for the poor.
Sept. 22–23, 1832. Elders were returning and reporting on their missions in the eastern states (see D&C 75).
Nov. 27, 1832. This section is an extract from a letter the Prophet wrote to William W. Phelps, who had been appointed to assist Bishop Edward Partridge in administering the law of consecration.
Dec. 6, 1832. During the translating and editing of the translation of the Bible, this revelation was given to the Prophet Joseph as an explanation of the parable of the wheat and the tares.
Dec. 25, 1832. The Prophet Joseph received this prophecy on war at a time when troubles among the nations and within the United States itself were on the minds of the Saints.
Dec. 27–28. The Prophet Joseph instructed high priests on how to receive revelation. Each of the brethren then prayed to the Lord that they all might be of one heart and mind and receive His will. This revelation, known as "the Olive Leaf," followed.
Feb. 27, 1833. Widespread use of tobacco by the brethren attending the School of the Prophets and the filthy conditions that resulted led the Prophet to inquire of the Lord. This revelation is known as "the Word of Wisdom."
Mar. 8, 1833. This revelation was given as an answer to the prayers of the Prophet and the brethren and was a continuing step in establishing the First Presidency.
Mar. 9, 1833. The Bible that the Prophet used for the inspired translation contained the Apocrypha—writings not included in the current King James Version of the Bible. Upon inquiry the Lord revealed that it was not necessary to translate them.
Mar. 15, 1833. Frederick G. Williams had been called as a member of the First Presidency. The Lord directed that Brother Williams should be part of the united firm.
May 6, 1833. The Prophet was working on the translation of the Old Testament.
May 6, 1833. In a meeting a committee was appointed for raising funds to build a printing house and a place for the School of the Prophets to meet. Shortly after, this revelation was given.
June 1, 1833. Hyrum Smith, Jared Carter, and Reynolds Cahoon were the committee appointed to gather funds for the Church’s building projects. They issued a circular encouraging the Saints to fulfill the divine command to build the house of the Lord.
June 4, 1833. In a meeting, the high priests were not able to decide who should be in charge of the lands acquired by the Church. They determined to ask the Lord, and He revealed that Bishop Newel K. Whitney should divide the land among the Saints.
Aug. 2, 1833. This revelation was an answer to letters from Oliver Cowdery and other brethren in Zion concerning a school for the elders.
Aug. 6, 1833. The Saints in Missouri had been experiencing severe persecutions. This revelation was given in answer to their prayers.
Dec. 16, 1833. The Prophet received news of the expulsion of the Saints from Jackson County, Missouri, and inquired of the Lord what to do.