Journal, 1832–1834

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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is a man who is one of those men  in whom I place the greatest  confidence and trust for I have  found him ever full of love and   Brotherly kindness he is not  a man of many words but is  ever wining because of his  constant mind he shall ever  have place in my heart and  is ever intitled to my confidence  He is perfectly honest and upright ,  and seeks with all his heart to mag nify his presidency in the church  of ch[r]ist , but fails in many in stances , in consequence of a  lack <want> of confidence in him self : God grant that he may [p. 23]
is one of those men in whom I place the greatest confidence and trust, for I have found him ever full of love and brotherly kindness . He is not a man of many words but is ever winning because of his constant mind . He shall ever have place in my heart and is ever entitled to my confidence. He is perfectly honest and upright and seeks with all his heart to magnify his presidency in the Church of Christ , but fails in many instances in consequence of a want of confidence in himself . God grant that he may [p. 23]
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