Journal, 1832–1834

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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4 December 1832 • Tuesday
December 4th this day I been unwell done but litle been at home all day regulated some of my things this Evening feel better in my mind then I have for a few days back Oh Lord deliver out thy servent out of temtations and fill his heart with wisdom and understanding
5 December 1832 • Wednesday
December 5th this day wrote leters copying letters and translating and in evening held a council to advise with Brother it was ordered by the council that he should be a companion with Brothe[r] in the work of the ministry
6 December 1832 • Thursday
December 6th translating and received a Revelation explaining the Parable the wheat and the tears [tares] &c [p. 4]
4 December 1832 • Tuesday
This day I have been unwell. Done but little. Been at home all day. Regulated some of my things. This evening feel better in my mind than I have for a few days back. O Lord, deliver thy servant out of temptations and fill his heart with wisdom and understanding.
5 December 1832 • Wednesday
This day copying letters and translating and in evening held a council to advise with Brother It was ordered by the council that he should be a companion with Brother in the work of the ministry.
6 December 1832 • Thursday
Translating and received a revelation explaining the parable of the wheat and the [tares], etc. [p. 4]
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