Discourse, between circa 26 June and circa 4 August 1839–C, as Reported by William Clayton

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  • Historical Introduction
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he that loveth me &c. This shall bring all things to your remembrance whatsoever thing I have said unto you; he shall teach you until you come to me and my Father. God is not a respecter of persons; we all have the same privilege— come to God, weary him until he blesses you &c— all are entitled to the same blessings— Jesus, revelations just men, Angels &c., &c., not laying again the doctrine of Christ go on unto perfection. Obtain that holy Spirit of promise when you can be to eternal life. [p. 32]
he that loveth me &c. This shall bring all things to your remembrance whatsoever thing I have said unto you; he shall teach you until you come to me and my Father. God is not a respecter of persons; we all have the same privilege— come to God, weary him until he blesses you &c— all are entitled to the same blessings— Jesus, revelations just men, Angels &c., &c., not laying again the doctrine of Christ go on unto perfection. Obtain that holy Spirit of promise when you can be to eternal life. [p. 32]
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