Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 1, 21 December 1842–10 March 1843

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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recevess [receives] sinners & eatheth with them. this is the key word.— to answer the murmuring & qustioning of Saducees & Pharisee how is it this man <​is​> as great as he pretends to be. & eat with publican & sinners.—— Jesus not put to it so but he could have found somthing if the had discerned it for nations.— Men in an individaul capacity. all straining on this point is a bubblee.— Boy <​Boyys​> say ought to be hanged can tell it to you.
big folks Presbyterins. Methodists. Baptists &c. [blank] despise the ignorance & abomination of this world.—
this man reciveth sinners— he spoke this parable.— what man of you having an hundrd. sheep <​&c​> 100 saducees & Pharisees [p. [158]]
recevess [receives] sinners & eatheth with them. this is the key word.— to answer the murmuring & qustioning of Saducees & Pharisee how is it this man is as great as he pretends to be. & eat with publican & sinners.—— Jesus not put to it so but he could have found somthing if the had discerned it for nations.— Men in an individaul capacity. all straining on this point is a bubblee.— Boy Boyys say ought to be hanged can tell it to you.
big folks Presbyterins. Methodists. Baptists &c. [blank] despise the ignorance & abomination of this world.—
this man reciveth sinners— he spoke this parable.— what man of you having an hundrd. sheep &c 100 saducees & Pharisees [p. [158]]
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