Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 1, 21 December 1842–10 March 1843

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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question. Do you want a wicked man  to pray for you? “Yes, if the fervent  effectual prayer of the righteous availeth  much. a wicked man may avail a  little when p[r]aying for a Righteous man.—  There is none good but one. the better  a man is the more his prayer will  prevail. like the publican & pharisee  one was justified rather than the  other shewing that both were justified  in a degree. the prayer of the wicked  man may do a Rightioes man good  when it does the one who prays no good—[”]

25 December 1842 • Sunday

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question. Do you want a wicked man to pray for you? “Yes, if the fervent effectual prayer of the righteous availeth much. a wicked man may avail a little when praying for a Righteous man.— There is none good but one. the better a man is the more his prayer will prevail. like the publican & pharisee one was justified rather than the other shewing that both were justified in a degree. the prayer of the wicked man may do a Rightioes man good when it does the one who prays no good—”

25 December 1842 • Sunday

Sunday 25— [3 lines blank] [p. 3]
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