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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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12. All victory and glory is brought to pass unto you  through your diligence, faithfulness, and prayer of faith  Let my servant journey with my servant Joseph <Smith>; Let  my servant journey with my servant ;  Let my servant journey with my servant ;  Let my servant journey with my servant ;  whithersoever my servant Joseph <Smith> shall counsel them, in  obtaining the fulfilment of these which  I have given unto you; and leave the residue in my  hands; even so; amen. -[See Note D. addenda p 3.]- C. 41

26–27 February 1834 • Wednesday–Thursday

Wednesday Feb 26th. I started from home to obtain volun teers for Zion, in compliance with the foregoing revelation,  and the 27th. staid at ’s.

February 1834

To shew the feelings of a certain portion of the public,  at this period I copy the following from the February number  of the “Evening and Morning Star” page 271,
The We copy the  following article from the “North Star,” printed in Danville,  vermont, by E. Eaton, headed “The Mormons, we have receiv ed the first number of the Mormon “Morning and  Evening Star-[the Evening and Morning Star,]- resuscitated  in , Ohio. It is the same assuming, mysterious  publication of its original.”
While the press, (and many of the public,) was breathing  the spirit of bitterness against the work of God I received  letters from of many of our friends which gave us occasion  for rejoicing, amongst them, I extract bro from Brother  s’ letter, of December 20th 1833,
“your labors  in have been the beginning of a good work;  There are thrity four members attached to the  at , all of whom appear to live up  to their profession, five of whom have spoken in  tongues, and three sing in tongues; and we live  at the top of the mountain!”.
Also from “, Maine January 20th. 1834.”
“Brethren in the Lord;— I have about forty  in this section, and there is more convinced of the  truth, but are still lingering on the threshold of  the church, and I think the Lord will gather some  of them in his kingdom. Brother labored [p. 441]
12. All victory and glory is brought to pass unto you through your diligence, faithfulness, and prayer of faith Let my servant journey with my servant Joseph Smith; Let my servant journey with my servant ; Let my servant journey with my servant ; Let my servant journey with my servant ; whithersoever my servant Joseph Smith shall counsel them, in obtaining the fulfilment of these which I have given unto you; and leave the residue in my hands; even so; amen. -[See Note D. addenda p 3.]- C. 41

26–27 February 1834 • Wednesday–Thursday

Wednesday Feb 26th. I started from home to obtain volunteers for Zion, in compliance with the foregoing revelation, and the 27th. staid at ’s.

February 1834

To shew the feelings of a certain portion of the public, at this period I copy the following from the February number of the “Evening and Morning Star” page 271,
“ We copy the following article from the “North Star,” printed in Danville, vermont, by E. Eaton, headed “The Mormons, we have received the first number of the Mormon “Morning and Evening Star-[the Evening and Morning Star,]- resuscitated in , Ohio. It is the same assuming, mysterious publication of its original.”
While the press, (and many of the public,) was breathing the spirit of bitterness against the work of God I received letters from many of our friends which gave us occasion for rejoicing, amongst them, I extract from Brother s’ letter, of December 20th 1833,
“your labors in have been the beginning of a good work; There are thrity four members attached to the at , all of whom appear to live up to their profession, five of whom have spoken in tongues, and three sing in tongues; and we live at the top of the mountain!”.
Also from “, Maine January 20th. 1834.”
“Brethren in the Lord;— I have about forty in this section, and there is more convinced of the truth, but are still lingering on the threshold of the church, and I think the Lord will gather some of them in his kingdom. Brother labored [p. 441]
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