Discourse, circa 19 July 1840, as Reported by Martha Jane Knowlton Coray [ca. 1850s]

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curse that man who says to his neighbor you are a mean man because you do not believe as I do I now invite all liberall minded men to come up to and help to build up the city of our God We are not greatly distressed No no nor ever will be This is the principle place of therefore let the brethren begin to roll in like clouds and we will sell you lots if you are able to pay for them and of if not you shall have them without money and without price
The greater blessing is unto those who come in times of [p. [17]]
curse that man who says to his neighbor you are a mean man because you do not believe as I do I now invite all liberall minded men to come up to and help to build up the city of our God We are not greatly distressed no nor ever will be This is the principle place of therefore let the brethren begin to roll in like clouds and we will sell you lots if you are able to pay for them and if not you shall have them without money and without price
The greater blessing is unto those who come in times of [p. [17]]
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