Journal, 1835–1836

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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This afternoon, I was called in company  with President , to visit, Sister  , who lives at Elder Booths  we found her verry sick, and so much  deranged, that She did not, recognize her  friends, and intimate acquaintences, we  prayed for and  her in the name of Jesus Christ, and  commanded her in his name to receive  he[r] senses, which was immediately restored  to her we also asked a healing blessing
prayed that she might be  ; she said she was  better.— On our return we found the brethren  engaged, in putting out the  which had taken fire, and after labour ing for about one hour, against the <this> dist ructive, element they succeded in conquering  it, and, probably will save about one fourth  part of the lumber, that was in it, how  much loss the committee have sustained by  this fire I do not know but it is conciderable  as their was much lumber in the
There was about 200 brethren engaged  on this occasion and displayed, much  activity, and interest, for which they dese rve much credit.
This evening I spent at hom[e], a nu mber of brethren called. to see the records  which I exibited to them, and they were  much pleased with their interview [p. 62]
This afternoon, I was called in company with President , to visit, Sister , who lives at Elder Booths we found her verry sick, and so much deranged, that She did not, recognize her friends, and intimate acquaintences, we prayed for and her in the name of Jesus Christ, and commanded her in his name to receive her senses, which was immediately restored we also
prayed that she might be ; she said she was better.— On our return we found the brethren engaged, in putting out the which had taken fire, and after labouring for about one hour, against this distructive, element they succeded in conquering it, and, probably will save about one fourth part of the lumber, that was in it, how much loss the committee have sustained by this fire I do not know but it is conciderable as their was much lumber in the
There was about 200 brethren engaged on this occasion and displayed, much activity, and interest, for which they deserve much credit.
This evening I spent at home, a number of brethren called. to see the records which I exibited to them, and they were much pleased with their interview [p. 62]
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