Brigham Young stated the following in a discourse on 31 August 1873:
Now, where a man in this Church says, “I don’t want but one wife, I will live my religion with one,” he will perhaps be saved in the celestial kingdom; but when he gets there he will not find himself in possession of any wife at all. He has had a talent that he has hid up. He will come forward and say, “Here is that which thou gavest me, I have not wasted it, and here is the one talent,” and he will not enjoy it, but it will be taken and given to those who have improved the talents they received, and he will find himself without any wife, and he will remain single for ever and ever.
(Journal of Discourses Vol. 16, p.166)
Is this an actual teaching of the church, that monogamous men will have their wives taken from them because they would not marry others?