Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 2, 10 March 1843–14 July 1843

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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O how I wo[u]ld delight to bring before you things which you never thought of. but poverty. & the cares of the world prevent. but I am glad I have the privilige of communicati[n]g to you some things, which if grasped closely a will be a help to you when the clouds <​are​> gath[eri]ng. & the storms <​are​> ready—— to bu[r]st up[o]n you like peals of thunder, lay hold of these things & let not you[r] knees tremble, <​nor your hearts faint.​> what can Earthequakes do. wars. & tornados do? nothing.— all your losses will be made up to you in the resurrecti[o]n provi[d]ed you continue faithful
by the vision of the almighty I have seen it.— [p. [145]]
O how I would delight to bring before you things which you never thought of. but poverty. & the cares of the world prevent. but I am glad I have the privilige of communicating to you some things, which if grasped closely will be a help to you when the clouds are gathering. & the storms are ready—— to burst upon you like peals of thunder, lay hold of these things & let not your knees tremble, nor your hearts faint. what can Earthequakes . wars. & tornados do? nothing.— all your losses will be made up to you in the resurrection provided you continue faithful
by the vision of the almighty I have seen it.— [p. [145]]
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