Discourse, 23 July 1843, as Reported by Willard Richards

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In the midst of business— &— find the spirit willing but the flesh is weak subject to like passions with other men.—
although I am under the necessity of bearing the infirmities of other men. &c——
on the other hand the same characters when th[e]y discover a weakness in brothr Joseph. blast his character. &c—
all that law. &c th[r]ough him to the church.—
he cannot be borne with a moment.
men mouth my troubles. wh[e]n <​I​> have trouble they forget it all [p. [12]]
In the midst of business— &— find the spirit willing but the flesh is weak subject to like passions with other men.—
although I am under the necessity of bearing the infirmities of other men. &c——
on the other hand the same characters when they discover a weakness in brothr Joseph. blast his character. &c—
all that law. &c through him to the church.—
he cannot be borne with a moment.
men mouth my troubles. when I have trouble they forget it all [p. [12]]
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