Minute Book 2

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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hasty in their transactions; as for his faith it was  the same as ever, and he fellowshiped all such as  loved the gospel of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ  in act as well as deed word.
arose and said he felt as  formerly for he had endeavored to keep a straight  forward course; but wherein he had been out of  the way, in any manner, he me[a]nt to mend in  that thing, and he was determined to do as much as  possible, as he would be done by, and his faith  was as good as ever, he was in fellowship with  all who wanted to do right.
Said as to his faith in the  work it was the same as ever, he did not think  that Joseph was a fallen prophet; but he  believed in every revelation that had come from <through>  him: Still he thought that perhaps Jososeph had not  acted in all things according to the best wisdom  yet how far he had been unwise he could not  say; he did not think that Joseph would be removed  and another planted in his stead; but he believed he  would still perform his work. he was still determined  to persevere and act in righteousness in all things so  that he might at last gain a crown of Glory and  reign in the Kingdom of God
responded with <Prest> ’s feelings  and wished still to walk with the brethren
Said that he was firm in the faith  and he believed the time would come when Joseph would  stand before kings and speak marvelous words &c.
expressed his feelings in a similar  manner. says his faith is the same  as ever and he has confidence in Br Joseph as ever.
says he is a firm believer in [p. 174]
hasty in their transactions; as for his faith it was the same as ever, and he fellowshiped all such as loved the gospel of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ in act as well as word.
arose and said he felt as formerly for he had endeavored to keep a straight forward course; but wherein he had been out of the way, in any manner, he meant to mend in that thing, and he was determined to do as much as possible, as he would be done by, and his faith was as good as ever, he was in fellowship with all who wanted to do right.
Said as to his faith in the work it was the same as ever, he did not think that Joseph was a fallen prophet; but he believed in every revelation that had come through him: Still he thought that perhaps Jososeph had not acted in all things according to the best wisdom yet how far he had been unwise he could not say; he did not think that Joseph would be removed and another planted in his stead; but he believed he would still perform his work. he was still determined to persevere and act in righteousness in all things so that he might at last gain a crown of Glory and reign in the Kingdom of God
responded with Prest ’s feelings and wished still to walk with the brethren
Said that he was firm in the faith and he believed the time would come when Joseph would stand before kings and speak marvelous words &c.
expressed his feelings in a similar manner. says his faith is the same as ever and he has confidence in Br Joseph as ever.
says he is a firm believer in [p. 174]
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