Discourse, 29 January 1843, as Reported by Willard Richards–A

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likend the kingdom to an old womans milkpan— how could Jesus take the kingdom f[r]om them who bore no fruit & give it to another.— is an apple tree no longer a tree because it has no apples? parable of Prodigal son spoken to illustrate the sinner in— from the mome[n]t John’s voice was fir[s]t heard. he was the person on the earth entitld to salvation. on the earth.
Servants of God of the last day, my[s]elf & them I have . have the & a mission— to the publicans. & sinners.— & if the Presbyterins & [blank] are in the kingdom [p. [161]]
likend the kingdom to an old womans milkpan— how could Jesus take the kingdom from them who bore no fruit & give it to another.— is an apple tree no longer a tree because it has no apples? parable of Prodigal son spoken to illustrate the sinner in— from the moment John’s voice was first heard. he was the person on the earth entitld to salvation. on the earth.
Servants of God of the last day, myself & them I have . have the & a mission— to the publicans. & sinners.— & if the Presbyterins & [blank] are in the kingdom [p. [161]]
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