Journal, 1835–1836

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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loud in our councils or assemblies, upon  any concideration whatever, and no man  shall be interupted while speaking unless  he is speaking out of place, and every  man, shall be allowed to speak in his  turn— objected to of ficiate in the as door  keeper on account of his health, and  <was> released by the voice of the assembly
The minuits of the council were  then read, and council adjourned  untill Friday the 15th Inst. at 9, ocl  A, M, at the <west> school room in the up per part of the
President made  a request to have some of the upon him  and rebuke a severe affliction, in  his face which troubles him most  at night— Eldr’s  and by my request  laid hands upon him and pra yed for him and rebuked his dis ease in the name of the Lord Jesus  Christ,— the whole assembly said  responded — Amen
Elder also made a  request in behalf of his wife for <our>  prayers for her, behalf <that> she might be  healed,— I offered up a pray for her  recovery, the assembly responded  Amen [p. 109]
loud in our councils or assemblies, upon any concideration whatever, and no man shall be interupted while speaking unless he is speaking out of place, and every man, shall be allowed to speak in his turn— objected to officiate in the as door keeper on account of his health, and was released by the voice of the assembly
The minuits of the council were then read, and council adjourned untill Friday the 15th Inst. at 9, ocl A, M, at the west school room in the upper part of the
President made a request to have some of the upon him and rebuke a severe affliction, in his face which troubles him most at night— Eldr’s and by my request laid hands upon him and prayed for him and rebuked his disease in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ,— the whole assembly responded — Amen
Elder also made a request in behalf of his wife for our prayers for her, that she might be healed,— I offered up a pray for her recovery, the assembly responded Amen [p. 109]
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