Wilford Woodruff Diary 
7th Sunday I first called upon Br Joseph with some of the Twelve from thence to B. Young from thence to the meeting ground near the Temple whare I found many hundreds of Saints Elder Wm Clark  preached about 2 hours when Br Joseph arose & reproved him as pharisaical & hypocritical & not edifying the people Br Joseph then delivered unto us an Edifying address showing us what temperance faith virtue, charity & truth was he also said if we did not accuse one another God would not accuse us & if we had no accuser we should enter heaven he would take us there as his backload if we would not accuse him he would not accuse us & if we would throw a cloak of charity over his sins he would over ours for Charity coverd a multitude of sins & what many people called sin was not sin & he did many things to break down superstition  & he would break it down he spoke of the curse of ham for laughing at Noah while in his wine but doing no harm. 
—7 November 1841
 See History of the Church, 4:445-46, and Teachings, pp. 93-94. The Wilford Woodruff Diary is the source for the entry in History of the Church and Teachings.
 William Ogelby Clark was born 25 June 1817 at Madison, Jefferson County, Indiana. A seventy, Clark served a mission in Iowa and Illinois in 1844.
 1 Peter 4:8.
 Genesis 9:18-27.