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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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there are those of the rising generation  who shall not taste death till christ come.
<I was once praying earnestly upon this sub ject. and a voice said unto me.>  My son, if thou livest till thou  art 85 years of age, thou shalt see  the face of the son of man. . . .  <I was left to draw my own conclusions concerni[n]g this  &,> I took the liberty to conclude that if  I did live till that time Jesus <he> would  make his appearance.— <but I do not say  whether he will make his appeara[n]ce, or I  shall go where he is.—>
I prophecy in the name of the Lord  God.— & let it be written. <that  the> Son of Man will not come in the  heavns till I am 85. years old
48 years hence or about 1890.—
<then Red> 14 Rev— 6 verse another angel [p. [73]]
there are those of the rising generation who shall not taste death till christ come.
I was once praying earnestly upon this subject. and a voice said unto me. My son, if thou livest till thou art 85 years of age, thou shalt see the face of the son of man. . . . I was left to draw my own conclusions concerning this &, I took the liberty to conclude that if I did live till that time he would make his appearance.— but I do not say whether he will make his appearance, or I shall go where he is.—
I prophecy in the name of the Lord God.— & let it be written. that the Son of Man will not come in the heavns till I am 85. years old
48 years hence or about 1890.—
then Red 14 Rev— 6 verse another angel [p. [73]]
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