Journal, 1835–1836

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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were darkened in their minds, which drewforth, some remarks from me, respecting the privileges of the authorities of the church, that they should, each speak in his turn, and in his place, and in his time and season, that their may be perfect order in all things, and that every man, before he, makes an objection to any, item, that is thrown before them for their concideration, should be sure that they can throw light upon the subject rather than spread darkness, and that his objections be founded in righteousness which may be done by applying ourselves closely to study the, mind and will of the Lord, whose Spirit always makes manifest, and demonstrates to the understanding of all who are in possession, of his Spirit—
Elder was nominated and seconded, to be ordained to the also to officiate as to preside over that body in this place — The vote was called of the respective in their order and passed through the whole house by their unanimous voice—
Elder , was nominated and seconded to officiate as President of the in arose and asked permission to speak, and made the following remarks— Brethren you [p. 116]
were darkened in their minds, which drewforth, some remarks from me, respecting the privileges of the authorities of the church, that they should, each speak in his turn, and in his place, and in his time and season, that their may be perfect order in all things, and that every man, before he, makes an objection to any, item, that is thrown before them for their concideration, should be sure that they can throw light upon the subject rather than spread darkness, and that his objections be founded in righteousness which may be done by applying ourselves closely to study the, mind and will of the Lord, whose Spirit always makes manifest, and demonstrates to the understanding of all who are in possession, of his Spirit—
Elder was nominated and seconded, to be ordained to the also to officiate as to preside over that body in — The vote was called of the respective in their order and passed through the whole house by their unanimous voice—
Elder , was nominated and seconded to officiate as President of the in arose and asked permission to speak, and made the following remarks— Brethren you [p. 116]
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