Journal, 1832–1834

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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over him for he shall see the affliction <​of his children​> pass away and when his head is fully ripe he shall behold himself as an olive tree whose branches are bowed down with much fruit he shall also possess a mansion on high blessed of the Lord is my brothe[r] for the integrity of his heart he shall be girt about with truth and faithfulness shall be the strength of his loins [p. 35]
over him, for he shall see the affliction of his children pass away. And when his head is fully ripe he shall behold himself as an olive tree whose branches are bowed down with much fruit. He shall also possess a mansion on high. Blessed of the Lord is my brother for the integrity of his heart. He shall be girt about with truth, and faithfulness shall be the strength of his loins. [p. 35]
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