Journal, 1835–1836

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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& , delivered each a short and <interesting> lecture, after which, the <was administered> and dismissed, our meeting—
Those Gentlemen that proposed to have an interview with me on this morning, did not come, and I conclude they were trifling characters
28 December 1835 • Monday
Monday morning the 28th. having prefered a charge against Elder for traducing my character, he was this morning called before the , and I attended, with my witnesses, and substantiated my charge against him and he in part acknowledged his fault, but not satisfactory to the council, and after parleying with him a long time, and granting him every indulgence, that righeousness require the council adjourned, without obtaining a full confession from him—
on this day the council of the meet to render an account of their travels and ministry, since they were to that , the meeting was interesting indeed, and my heart was made glad while listning to the relations of those that had been labouring, in the vinyard of the Lord with such marvelous success, and I pray God to bleess them with an increas of faith, and power, and keep them [p. 91]
& , delivered each a short and interesting lecture, after which, the was administered and dismissed, our meeting—
Those Gentlemen that proposed to have an interview with me on this morning, did not come, and I conclude they were trifling characters
28 December 1835 • Monday
Monday morning the 28th. having prefered a charge against Elder for traducing my character, he was this morning called before the , and I attended, with my witnesses, and substantiated my charge against him and he in part acknowledged his fault, but not satisfactory to the council, and after parleying with him a long time, and granting him every indulgence, that righeousness require the council adjourned, without obtaining a full confession from him—
on this day the council of the meet to render an account of their travels and ministry, since they were to that , the meeting was interesting indeed, and my heart was made glad while listning to the relations of those that had been labouring, in the vinyard of the Lord with such marvelous success, and I pray God to bleess them with an increas of faith, and power, and keep them [p. 91]
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