Discourse, 3 May 1844

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The chairman said he had never had any trials about s conduct, and presumed no one present had. We have no right to complain of others while we are as corrupt as they are. Gods way is, never to commence a matter untill he is able to carry it out.
He wanted and every other man who could leave, to go into all the States and preach and electioneer for [p. [218]]
The chairman said he had never had any trials about s conduct, and presumed no one present had. We have no right to complain of others while we are as corrupt as they are. Gods way is, never to commence a matter untill he is able to carry it out.
He wanted and every other man who could leave, to go into all the States and preach and electioneer for [p. [218]]
Page [218]