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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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though repaired all though [through?] its diff[er]ent  parts & from time to time even to new  timbers throughout, yet. it is said to  be the same house still—
while the choir was singing—  Prest. Joseph remarked. to this day  is a Millinium. it as is a millenium  within these walls there is nothing but  peace <nothing to be seen from the stand, but the heads &  bodies of the congregation, as they stood on the  walls. & covered the walls & the floor it was  one mass. of Saints or people. to speak was  literally speaking to the people. for there was  nothing else  to be seen,>
25 past 3. Elder .
said he had no doubt but that many who were  baptizd by John enjoyd much of the religion  of Jesus.— but when he came. there was more  light.— and unless they followd it. the light  that they had received became darkness. If the  sects have any power it is only such as they  have usurped from the Pope [p. [89]]
though repaired all though through its different parts from time to time even to new timbers throughout, yet. it is said to be the same house still—
while the choir was singing— Prest. Joseph remarked. to this day is a Millinium. it is a millenium within these walls there is nothing but peace nothing to be seen from the stand, but the heads & bodies of the congregation, as they stood on the walls. & covered the walls & the floor it was one mass. of Saints or people. to speak was literally speaking to the people. for there was nothing else to be seen,
25 past 3. Elder .
said he had no doubt but that many who were baptizd by John enjoyd much of the religion of Jesus.— but when he came. there was more light.— and unless they followd it. the light that they had received became darkness. If the sects have any power it is only such as they have usurped from the Pope [p. [89]]
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