Blessing to William Smith, 28 September 1835

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Brother is as the fierce lion which divideth not the spoil because of his much strength; and  in the pride of his heart he will neglect the more weighty matters until his soul is bowed down in sor row, and then he shall return and call on the name of his God and shall find forgiveness, and shall  wax valiant in the cause of truth: therefore, he shall be saved unto the uttermost and shall be with power from on high. At his rebuke, in the name of the Lord, the eyes of the blind [p. 10]
Brother is as the fierce lion which divideth not the spoil because of his much strength; and in the pride of his heart he will neglect the more weighty matters until his soul is bowed down in sorrow, and then he shall return and call on the name of his God and shall find forgiveness, and shall wax valiant in the cause of truth: therefore, he shall be saved unto the uttermost and shall be with power from on high. At his rebuke, in the name of the Lord, the eyes of the blind [p. 10]
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