Section 112:32 is our next example of a scriptural dot that connects to section 110..
Notice the following passage in section 112 which was given on July 23 of 1837
“For unto you, the Twelve, and those, the First Presidency, who are appointed with you to be your counselors and your leaders, is the power of this priesthood given, for the last days and for the last time, in the which is the dispensation of the fulness of times.
31 Which power you hold, in connection with all those who have received a dispensation at any time from the beginning of the creation;
32 For verily I say unto you, the keys of the dispensation, which ye have received, have come down from the fathers, and last of all, being sent down from heaven unto you.”
Verse 32 clearly is not referring to the keys of the dispensation of the fulness of times held by Peter, James and John, which was never even ushered in during Joseph’s ministry. It is clearly not referring to the keys of the dispensation of the last times, which had begun with the meridian apostles 2,000 years previous. According to Joseph Smith and the scriptures, that dispensation was in the process of coming to an end at the time the fulness of the gospel was restored and being rejected.
The above keys of a dispensation that had been received by the First Presidency and the Twelve apostles, and had been passed down from the fathers, remains mysterious and difficult to explain if one rejects the validity of Section 110. That verse is making specific reference to the dispensational keys to the dispensation of the Gospel of Abraham that were given to Joseph and Oliver in secret, by Elias:
“After this, Elias appeared, and committed the dispensation of the gospel of Abraham, saying that in us and our seed all generations after us should be blessed.”
Only section 110 provides the explanation regarding the dispensation passed down from the Fathers that section 112 makes reference to, making it another witness of the truthfulness of 110.
 Section 128 proves that the dispensation of the fulness of times had not yet been ushered in. ” for it is necessary in the ushering in of the dispensation of the fulness of times, which dispensation is now beginning to usher in” (128 :18) Joseph would later clarify that it could not be fully ushered in until the Nauvoo Temple was completed.
 This concept will be further developed when we examine Joseph’s Letter to N.C. Saxton, 4 january 1833