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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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why be so certain that you comprehend the things of God. when all things with you are so uncertain.
you are welcome to all the knowledge &
I do not grudge the world of all the religion— the[y] have got.— they are welc[o]me to all the knowledge th[e]y possess—
the sound saluted my ears. we are come unto Mt. Zion. &c.
what could propet [profit] us to come unto the spirits of Just met [men] but to learn. and come to the knowledge of spi[ri]ts of the Just.
where has gone?— who is there that would not give all his goods to feed the poor— & pour out [p. [47]]
why be so certain that you comprehend the things of God. when all things with you are so uncertain.
you are welcome to all the knowledge &
I do not grudge the world of all the religion— they have got.— they are welcome to all the knowledge they possess—
the sound saluted my ears. we are come unto Mt. Zion. &c.
what could propet [profit] us to come unto the spirits of Just met [men] but to learn. and come to the knowledge of spirits of the Just.
where has gone?— who is there that would not give all his goods to feed the poor— & pour out [p. [47]]
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