Blessing to Lorenzo Barnes, 3 January 1836

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  • Historical Introduction
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under thy feet Prison walls shall not hold thee watters shall not stay thee The sea & the wind shall obey thy command Thou shalt Thou shalt hav power to open the eyes of the blind & unstop the ears of the deaf Thou shalt cause the lame to leap as an heart [hart] & the tongue of the dumb to sing yea thou shalt bring thy thousands & thy & thy tens of thousands from the Nations to with rejoicing & sit down with them in <​&​> with Abraham Isaac & Jacob in the Kingdom of God
Therefore be faithful & thy God shall lift the[e] up & thou shalt be exalted & he shall say of <​thee​> This is my servant <​in my sight​> he is highley exalted in my sight Therefore we say unto thee our brother [p. [50]]
under thy feet Prison walls shall not hold thee watters shall not stay thee The sea & the wind shall obey thy command Thou shalt Thou shalt hav power to open the eyes of the blind & unstop the ears of the deaf Thou shalt cause the lame to leap as an heart [hart] & the tongue of the dumb to sing yea thou shalt bring thy thousands & thy & thy tens of thousands from the Nations to with rejoicing & sit down with them & with Abraham Isaac & Jacob in the Kingdom of God
Therefore be faithful & thy God shall lift thee up & thou shalt be exalted & he shall say of thee This is my servant in my sight he is highley exalted Therefore we say unto thee our brother [p. [50]]
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