Blessing to Levi Hancock, 1 March 1835

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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in faith, and that he have strength to withstand all the temptations of the Adversary. That <​he​> might have wisdom to proclaim the Gospel in different languages, It was prophised [prophesied] that he would need much power at times to be delivered from his enemies. That his heart must be stedfast or he would be overcome in executing his commission; But if faithful, should have power over all things that opposed his way, and return with the Lords’ servants and receive the approbation of his Heavenly Father and the plaudits, Well done good and faithful servant, enter into the joy of thy Lord, and on thy head we these blessings. Even so Amen. [p. 173]
in faith, and that he have strength to withstand all the temptations of the Adversary. That he might have wisdom to proclaim the Gospel in different languages, It was prophised [prophesied] that he would need much power at times to be delivered from his enemies. That his heart must be stedfast or he would be overcome in executing his commission; But if faithful, should have power over all things that opposed his way, and return with the Lords’ servants and receive the approbation of his Heavenly Father and the plaudits, Well done good and faithful servant, enter into the joy of thy Lord, and on thy head we these blessings. Even so Amen. [p. 173]
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