Journal, 1832–1834

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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Firstly, That the Lord would grant that our lives might be precious in his sight, that he would watch over our persons and give his angels charge concerning us and our families that no evil nor unseen hand might be permitted to harm us.
Secondly, That the Lord would also hold the lives of all the , and not suffer that any of them shall be taken.
Thirdly, That the Lord would grant that our brother Joseph might prevail over [p. 44]
Firstly, that the Lord would grant that our lives might be precious in his sight, that he would watch over our persons and give his angels charge concerning us and our families, that no evil nor unseen hand might be permitted to harm us.
Secondly, that the Lord would also hold the lives of all the , and not suffer that any of them shall be taken.
Thirdly, that the Lord would grant that our brother Joseph might prevail over [p. 44]
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