Discourse, 27 May 1843, as Reported by Wilford Woodruff

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observe all things appertaining to the subject & disern the spirit by which either party was governed we should be in a situation to understand evry spirit & Judge wrighteous judgment & not be asleep we shhould keep order & not let the council be imposed upon by unruly Conduct, The need not think because I am familiar with them & am playful & cheerful that I am ignorant of what is going on iniquity cannot be retained in the Church of any kind & it will not fare well whare I am for I am determined while I do lead the Church to lead them right [p. [39]]
observe all things appertaining to the subject & disern the spirit by which either party was governed we should be in a situation to understand evry spirit & Judge wrighteous judgment & not be asleep we shhould keep order & not let the council be imposed upon by unruly Conduct, The need not think because I am familiar with them & am playful & cheerful that I am ignorant of what is going on iniquity cannot be retained in the Church of any kind & it will not fare well whare I am for I am determined while I do lead the Church to lead them right [p. [39]]
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