Discourse, 13 August 1843–A, as Reported by Martha Jane Knowlton Coray

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aware of the fact that through ignorance of the principles of the resurection <​and reunion​> you will never behold that dear friend nor ever enjoy his society this thought <​I say​> of being disappointed in meeting my friend in the resurection is to me more dreadful than of ceasing to suffer by a cessation of being
Were I Could I tell the fact as it is all that heard me would go home and never say one word more about God or Christ or religion untill they had received that assurance from Heaven which would set their souls at rest by placing all beyond a doubt
What consolation have we what power what reason to expect one thing more than another in eternity [p. [31]]
aware of the fact that through ignorance of the principles of the resurection and reunion you will never behold that dear friend nor ever enjoy his society this thought I say of being disappointed in meeting my friend in the resurection is to me more dreadful than of ceasing to suffer by a cessation of being
Could I tell the fact as it is all that heard me would go home and never say one word more about God or Christ or religion untill they had received that assurance from Heaven which would set their souls at rest by placing all beyond a doubt
What consolation have we what power what reason to expect one thing more than another in eternity [p. [31]]
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