Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 2, 10 March 1843–14 July 1843

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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the twelve to move in to save their lives
You can never make any thing out of  . if you take him out  of the channel he wants to be in.
Send to England. thus saith the Lord,  also. . he’s a heavenly messenger  whereever he goes. [blank] need not be in  a hurry. send these two. & when you think  of some one else send them.
. I believe you can do more good  in the editorial department than preaching.  he can write for thousands to read while  he can preach to but few. We have no  one else we can trust the paper with.  & hardly with you. you suffer the paper  to come out with so many mistakes. [p. [162]]
the twelve to move in to save their lives
You can never make any thing out of . if you take him out of the channel he wants to be in.
Send to England. thus saith the Lord, also. . he’s a heavenly messenger whereever he goes. [blank] need not be in a hurry. send these two. & when you think of some one else send them.
. I believe you can do more good in the editorial department than preaching. he can write for thousands to read while he can preach to but few. We have no one else we can trust the paper with. & hardly with you. you suffer the paper to come out with so many mistakes. [p. [162]]
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