<20> the & though the world, and will make just as big a wake as god almighty will let me. <we must send Kings & Quens to , & we will do it> At 3 oclock council adjnd to my house. & at 4. I , & his wife , & in the , & them, in the , to all the authority of his former office <& standi[n]g> in the .
<22> Sunday 22. I preached within at the on the Setting up of the Kingdom of God in the Last days The Subject (s Journal P. 48. &) <&c.> X <X No generation was ever saved or destroyed upon dead testimony neither can be, but by living testimony are the are they judged.>
<28> Saturday 28. Played ball with the brethren a short time, Rode round the with Mr Taylor, a Land Agent from . Some snow fell, the ice began to give way in the river & a steamer that had wintered at went over the rapids to Rapids to .
<29> Sunday 29[th] I preachedon attended meeting at the . After realling [reading] the parable of the “Prodigal Son,” & making some preliminary remarks, I stated that there were two items <questions> which had been asked me concerning thelast my subject [illegible] the last sabbath which I had promised to answer in public and [illegible] impro◊◊ that opportunity. The questions arose from the saying of Jesus “[3 words illegible] are born of women the[r]e hath not risn a grater <prophet> [4 words illegible] [ne]vertheles he that is least in the kingdom of heaven [4 words illegible] “How was <is it> <that> John <was considered one of the> the greatest of prophets?" ever[2 words illegible]awoman?” [2 words illegible] miracles could not have constituted his greatness for John did no mi◊◊◊les. Three things constitute his greatness. First. He was [illegible] with a diven [divine] mission of prepari[n]g [p. 11]