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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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are enlightened by the spirit of wisdom of heaven; shall  we fear to do as much for Jesus, as he did for us.  No; we will obey the voice of the Spirit, that God may  overcome the world. I am a servant &c. .
28 February–2 March 1834 • Friday–Sunday
We continued our journey and on the 28th. Feb staid at a strangers, who entertained us very kindly; and  on the 1st of march arrived at brother Lewises; and on  the 2d, which was the Sabbath, Brother preached and  I preached in the evening. We had a good meeting.  There was is a small church in this place, which seemed seems  strong in the faith. O may God keep them in the faith,  and save them, and lead them to Zion.
3–6 March 1834 • Monday–Thursday
March 3d. we intended to on start on our journey, East,  but concluded to tarry another day. O may God bless  us with the gift of utterance to accomplish the jouney  and the errand on which we are sent, and return  safe to the land of , and find my family  all well. O Lord bless my little children with health  and long life, to do good in their generation for  Christ’s sake, Amen.
After leaving , we had passed through  , , , Erie, ,  , , , , ,  , , , , <& > before we  arrived at <>, on the fourth instant we  continued our journey from , accompanied  by and after a ride of thirty three miles  at , and tarried all night, with a . The next morning, March 5th. we went to  s, and found him and his house hold full of faith and of the Holy Spirit.
We called the together, and related  unto them what had happened to our brethren in  Zion, and opened to them the prophecies and  revelations concerning the order of the gathering to  Zion, and the ; and  I prophecied to them, and the Spirit of the Lord  came mightily upon them, and with all readiness, the  young and middleaged volunteered for Zion. [p. 445]
are enlightened by the wisdom of heaven; shall we fear to do as much for Jesus, as he did for us. No; we will obey the voice of the Spirit, that God may overcome the world. I am a servant &c. .
28 February–2 March 1834 • Friday–Sunday
We continued our journey and on the 28th. Feb staid at a strangers, who entertained us very kindly; and on the 1st of march arrived at brother Lewises; and on the 2d, which was the Sabbath, Brother preached and I preached in the evening. We had a good meeting. There is a small church in this place, which seems strong in the faith. O may God keep them in the faith, and save them, and lead them to Zion.
3–6 March 1834 • Monday–Thursday
March 3d. we intended to start on our journey, East, but concluded to tarry another day. O may God bless us with the gift of utterance to accomplish the jouney and the errand on which we are sent, and return safe to the land of , and find my family all well. O Lord bless my little children with health and long life, to do good in their generation for Christ’s sake, Amen.
After leaving , we had passed through , , , Erie, , , , , , , , , , , & before we arrived at , on the fourth instant we continued our journey from , accompanied by and after a ride of thirty three miles at , and tarried all night, with a . The next morning, March 5th. we went to s, and found him and his household full of faith and of the Holy Spirit.
We called the together, and related unto them what had happened to our brethren in Zion, and opened to them the prophecies and revelations concerning the order of the gathering to Zion, and the ; and I prophecied to them, and the Spirit of the Lord came mightily upon them, and with all readiness, the young and middleaged volunteered for Zion. [p. 445]
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