Journal, 1835–1836

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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fill the several in ; not  beca[u]se they were first in office, and that  the arangement was most Judicious that  could be made on the occasion also  the , are not subject to any other than  the ; viz. myself  and I also stated to  the 12, that I do not continue countinance  the harsh language of  to them neither in myself nor any other  man, although I have sometimes spoken to[o]  harsh from the impulse of the moment  and inasmuch as I have wounded your  feelings brethren I ask your forgivness, for  I love you and will hold you up with  all my heart in all righteousness before  the Lord, and before all men, for be  assured brethren I am willing to stem  the torrent of all opposition; in storms in  tempests in thunders and lightning by  sea and by land in the wilderness  or among fals brethren, or mobs or wher ever God in his providence may call us  and I am determined that neither hi ghts nor depths principalities nor pow ers things present or to come nor any  other creature shall separate me from  you; and I will now covenant with  you before God that I will not listen too  nor credit, any derogatory report against  any of you nor condemn you upon any  testimony beneath the heavens, short of that  testimony which is infalible, untill I can  see you face to face and know of a surity [p. 123]
fill the several in ; not because they were first in office, and that the arangement was most Judicious that could be made on the occasion also the , are not subject to any other than the ; viz. myself and I also stated to the 12, that I do not countinance the harsh language of to them neither in myself nor any other man, although I have sometimes spoken too harsh from the impulse of the moment and inasmuch as I have wounded your feelings brethren I ask your forgivness, for I love you and will hold you up with all my heart in all righteousness before the Lord, and before all men, for be assured brethren I am willing to stem the torrent of all opposition; in storms in tempests in thunders and lightning by sea and by land in the wilderness or among fals brethren, or mobs or wherever God in his providence may call us and I am determined that neither hights nor depths principalities nor powers things present or to come nor any other creature shall separate me from you; and I will now covenant with you before God that I will not listen too nor credit, any derogatory report against any of you nor condemn you upon any testimony beneath the heavens, short of that testimony which is infalible, untill I can see you face to face and know of a surity [p. 123]
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