Journal, 1835–1836

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  • Historical Introduction
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and our hearts were made glad  with the fruit of the vine, this is  according to pattern, set by our Saviour  himself, and we feel disposed to patron ize all the institutions of heaven
I took leave of the congregation and  retired
15 January 1836 • Friday
Friday the 15th at 9 oclock A.M  meet in council agreeably to the adjou rnment, at the council room in the  organized the authorities of the church  agreeably to their respective offices in the  same, I then made some observation  respecting the order of the day, and the  great responsibility we are under to trans act all our buisness, in righteousness  before God, inasmuch as our desisions  will have a bearing upon all mankind  and upon all generations to come
Sung the song Adam-Ondi-ahman  and open[ed] by prayer — & proceeded to  buisness, by reading the rules and regula tions to govern the  in ,— The vote of the  was called, upon these rules, and carried  passed by the unanimous voice of this  presidency <viz.> of the high council, some object ions were raised by , but  waived, on an explenation
The privilege of remarking upon the  rules above named, was next granted [p. 114]
and our hearts were made glad with the fruit of the vine, this is according to pattern, set by our Saviour himself, and we feel disposed to patronize all the institutions of heaven
I took leave of the congregation and retired
15 January 1836 • Friday
Friday the 15th at 9 oclock A.M meet in council agreeably to the adjournment, at the council room in the organized the authorities of the church agreeably to their respective offices in the same, I then made some observation respecting the order of the day, and the great responsibility we are under to transact all our buisness, in righteousness before God, inasmuch as our desisions will have a bearing upon all mankind and upon all generations to come
Sung the song Adam-Ondi-ahman and opened by prayer — & proceeded to buisness, by reading the rules and regulations to govern the in ,— The vote of the was called, upon these rules, and passed by the unanimous voice of this presidency viz. of the high council, some objections were raised by , but waived, on an explenation
The privilege of remarking upon the rules above named, was next granted [p. 114]
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