Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 3, 15 July 1843–29 February 1844

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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of the order of heavn. but found yourselves disappo[i]nted. yes. at last find yourselves disappointed in evrey hope or antiicipation when decis[i]on goes forth from the lips of the Almighty at last. would not this be a gre[a]ter disappotmt [disappointment]. a more painful thought than annihilat[i]on
had I inspiartion [inspiration], Revelation & lungs to communicate what my soul has contemplated in times <​past​> there is not a soul in this congregation but would go to their hom[e]s & shut their mouths in everlasting silnece [silence] on religin, till. they had learnd somethi[n]g. [p. [46]]
of the order of heavn. but found yourselves disappointed. yes. at last find yourselves disappointed in evrey hope or antiicipation when decision goes forth from the lips of the Almighty at last. would not this be a greater disappotmt [disappointment]. a more painful thought than annihilation
had I inspiartion [inspiration], Revelation & lungs to communicate what my soul has contemplated in times past there is not a soul in this congregation but would go to their homes & shut their mouths in everlasting silnece [silence] on religin, till. they had learnd something. [p. [46]]
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