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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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how did he obtain all things?— th[r]ough the knowledge of him who hath calld him.— there could not any be given pertain[in]g to life & knowledge & godliness without knowledge
wo wo wo to the Ch[r]istendom.— the divine & priests; &c— if this be true.
salvation. is for a man to be seve[r]ed from all his enemies.— until a man can triumph over death. he is not saved. knowlidge will do this.
organization of spirits in the eternal world.— spirits in the eternal wo[r]ld are like spir[i]ts in this world. when those spirits have come into this [p. [215]]
how did he obtain all things?— through the knowledge of him who hath calld him.— there could not any be given pertaining to life & godliness without knowledge
wo wo wo to Christendom.— the divine & priests; &c— if this be true.
salvation. is for a man to be severed from all his enemies.— until a man can triumph over death. he is not saved. knowlidge will do this.
organization of spirits in the eternal world.— spirits in the eternal world are like spirits in this world. when those spirits have come into this [p. [215]]
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