recorded “O Lord how can we part with our dear brethren. O Lord save thy servants the .”
The in met in the Franklin Hall, the house was crowded to overflowing, and many could not get into the room; members who had not been in the habit of attending our meetings, came that day, to see what course the Saints would pursue, now their leaders were slain.
being the only one of the Twelve in the , addressed the Saints during the day and also in the evening. He preached in the forenoon from Rev 6th. chap. 9 10 & 11 verses. In the afternoon from Rev. 14th. chap. 6, 7, & 8 verses and in the evening on the Parable of the Fig tree as recorded by Luke in 21st. chap., and in connection read some of the Revelations given through the martyred prophet of our day.
The spirit of the Lord rested powerfully upon the , and the Saints, and their hearts were comforted.