Journal, 1835–1836

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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all with the indurance of faith in the name of Jesus Christ, <to> Amen <the end>
29 December 1835 • Tuesday
Tuesday morning the 29th at home untill about 10. oclock I then went to attend a blessing meeting at s, in company with , & , also went with us a large company assembled and arose and made some preliminary remarks, which were verry applicable, on occasions of this kind, after which he opened the meeting by a hymn was sung and he opened the meeting by prayer about 15 persons then received a the servises were then dismissed, as they commenced, viz. by singing and prayer.— a table was then spread and crowned with the bounties of nature, and after invoking the benediction of heaven upon the rich repast, we fared sumptuously, and suffice it to say that we had a glorious meeting, through out and I was much pleased with the harmony and decorum that existed among the brethren and sisters, we returned home and spent the eveningat early candlelight I went and preachd at the to a crowded congregation, who listened [p. 92]
all with the indurance of faith in the name of Jesus Christ, to the end
29 December 1835 • Tuesday
Tuesday morning the 29th at home untill about 10. oclock I then went to attend a blessing meeting at s, in company with , & , also went with us a large company assembled and arose and made some preliminary remarks, which were verry applicable, on occasions of this kind, after which a hymn was sung and he opened the meeting by prayer about 15 persons then received a the servises were then dismissed, as they commenced, viz. by singing and prayer.— a table was then spread and crowned with the bounties of nature, and after invoking the benediction of heaven upon the rich repast, we fared sumptuously, and suffice it to say that we had a glorious meeting, through out and I was much pleased with the harmony and decorum that existed among the brethren and sisters, we returned home and — at early candlelight I went and preachd at the to a crowded congregation, who listened [p. 92]
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