Discourse, 7 April 1844, as Reported by Thomas Bullock

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& he hate me he is a fool— for I love all men especially these my brethren  & sisters— I rejoice in hearing the test of my aged friend— you never knew  my heart no man knows my hist— I can not do it I shall never  undertake— if I had not experienced what I have I should not have  known it myself— I never did harm any man since I have been born  in the world— my voice is always for peace— I cannot lie down until  my work is finished— I never think evil nor think any thing to the harm  of my fellow man— & when I am called at the trump & weighed  in the balance you will know me then— I add no more God bless you  Amen— the Choir sung an hymn at ½ p 5— [p. 22]
& he hate me he is a fool— for I love all men especially these my brethren & sisters— I rejoice in hearing the test of my aged friend— you never knew my heart no man knows my hist— I can not do it I shall never undertake— if I had not experienced what I have I should not have known it myself— I never did harm any man since I have been born in the world— my voice is always for peace— I cannot lie down until my work is finished— I never think evil nor think any thing to the harm of my fellow man— & when I am called at the trump & weighed in the balance you will know me then— I add no more God bless you Amen— the Choir sung an hymn at ½ p 5— [p. 22]
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