History, 1838–1856, volume A-1 [23 December 1805–30 August 1834]

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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and they shall never be cut off, and he shall be  helped out of many troubles, and if he keep the , and hearken unto the counsel of the  Lord his rest shall be glorious.
And again; Blessed of the Lord is my  and also my , and my brothers and my  sisters, for they shall yet find redemption in the  house of the Lord. and their offspring shall be  a blessing, a joy, and a comfort unto them.
Blessed is my , for her soul is ever filled  with benevolence and philanthropy, and, notwith standing her age, yet she shall receive strength,  and shall be comforted in the midst of her house , and she shall have Eternal life.
And blessed is my , for the hand of the  Lord shall be over him, for he shall see the affliction  of his children pass away, and when his head  is fully ripe, he shall behold himself as an  olive tree, whose branches are bowed down, with  much fruit; he shall also possess a mansion  on high.
Blessed of the Lord is my brother for  the integrity of his heart, he shall be girt about  with truth, and faithfulness shall be the  strength of his loins: From generation to generation  he shall be a shaft in the hand of his God, to  execute judgment upon his enemies, and  he shall be hid by the hand of the Lord, that  none of his secret<s> parts shall be discovered  unto his hurt, his name shall be accounted  a blessing among men, and when he is in  trouble and great tribulation hath come upon  him, he shall remember the God of Jacob  and he will shield him from the power of  satan; and he shall receive counsel in the  house of the Most High that he may be  strengthened in hope, that the goings of his  feet may be established for ever.
Blessed of the Lord is brother , because [p. 407]
and they shall never be cut off, and he shall be helped out of many troubles, and if he keep the , and hearken unto the counsel of the Lord his rest shall be glorious.
And again; Blessed of the Lord is my and also my , and my brothers and my sisters, for they shall yet find redemption in the house of the Lord. and their offspring shall be a blessing, a joy, and a comfort unto them.
Blessed is my , for her soul is ever filled with benevolence and philanthropy, and, notwithstanding her age, yet she shall receive strength, and shall be comforted in the midst of her house, and she shall have Eternal life.
And blessed is my , for the hand of the Lord shall be over him, for he shall see the affliction of his children pass away, and when his head is fully ripe, he shall behold himself as an olive tree, whose branches are bowed down, with much fruit; he shall also possess a mansion on high.
Blessed of the Lord is my brother for the integrity of his heart, he shall be girt about with truth, and faithfulness shall be the strength of his loins: From generation to generation he shall be a shaft in the hand of his God, to execute judgment upon his enemies, and he shall be hid by the hand of the Lord, that none of his secrets shall be discovered unto his hurt, his name shall be accounted a blessing among men, and when he is in trouble and great tribulation hath come upon him, he shall remember the God of Jacob and he will shield him from the power of satan; and he shall receive counsel in the house of the Most High that he may be strengthened in hope, that the goings of his feet may be established for ever.
Blessed of the Lord is brother , because [p. 407]
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