History, 1834–1836

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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the sums set oposite their respective names, as follows.
$5.00
3.25
5.25
5.00
2.00
3.00
Wm. Felshaw3.00
1.00
1.00
1.25
1.00
3.00
1.00
Harlow Crozier.50
.75
1.00
Zemira Draper1.00
1.00
.50
1.00
5.00
My heart swells with gratitude  inexpressible when I realize  the great condescension  of my Heavenly Father in  opening the hearts of these  my beloved brethren to ad minister so liberally, to the  wants of the servant, of the  Most High; and we hear  him breaking forth in the  the following accents of  prayer and praise to  God.— I ask the[e] my Heav enly Father in the name  of Jesus to smile propic iously upon these my br ethren and multiply  blessings without number  upon their heads.— and  bless me O Lord [with] great  grace and wisdom from  heaven, and dispose of me  to the best advantage for the benefit of my brethren  and the building up of thy kingdom on the earth;  and whether in life, or in death, in prosperity, or  in adversity, in time, or in eternity, I say in my  heart, O Lord, let me enjoy the society of such  brethren.— To day Eldr Tanner brought him half of  a fatned hog for the benefit of his family; and a few  days since presented him with a quarter  of beef; thus we se[e] the word of the Lord verified, that  He will not se[e] the righteous forsaken, nor his seed beg ing bread.

10 December 1835 • Thursday

Thursday 10th. A delightful morning indeed, and fine  sleighing: This morning the brethren met according  to previous arangement, to chop & draw wood for  him, and have been very active, and industrious  and have probably supplied him with wood for  the winter; for which kindness his heart swells [p. 143]
the sums set oposite their respective names, as follows.
$5.00
3.25
5.25
5.00
2.00
3.00
Wm. Felshaw3.00
1.00
1.00
1.25
1.00
3.00
1.00
Harlow Crozier.50
.75
1.00
Zemira Draper1.00
1.00
.50
1.00
5.00
My heart swells with gratitude inexpressible when I realize the great condescension of my Heavenly Father in opening the hearts of these my beloved brethren to administer so liberally, to the wants of the servant, of the Most High; and we hear him breaking forth in the the following accents of prayer and praise to God.— I ask thee my Heavenly Father in the name of Jesus to smile propiciously upon these my brethren and multiply blessings without number upon their heads.— and bless me O Lord [with] great grace and wisdom from heaven, and dispose of me to the best advantage for the benefit of my brethren and the building up of thy kingdom on the earth; and whether in life, or in death, in prosperity, or in adversity, in time, or in eternity, I say in my heart, O Lord, let me enjoy the society of such brethren.— To day Eldr Tanner brought him half of a fatned hog for the benefit of his family; and a few days since presented him with a quarter of beef; thus we see the word of the Lord verified, that He will not see the righteous forsaken, nor his seed beging bread.

10 December 1835 • Thursday

Thursday 10th. A delightful morning indeed, and fine sleighing: This morning the brethren met according to previous arangement, to chop & draw wood for him, and have been very active, and industrious and have probably supplied him with wood for the winter; for which kindness his heart swells [p. 143]
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