Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 4, 1 March–22 June 1844

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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the kingdom of God is at the defiance of all earth[l]y laws and yet breaks none.— a little before 5. o clock the assembly were dismissed without ceremony, <​till 10. o[’clock]. next morn[in]g​> on the appearen [appearance] of a shower. the people. had scarc[e] time to retire b[ef]ore a heavy showe[r] of rain wind thunder & lightning followe[d]— [7 lines blank]
Leaves began to show themsel[ve]s on the trees.— [p. [64]]
the kingdom of God is at the defiance of all earthly laws and yet breaks none.— a little before 5. o clock the assembly were dismissed without ceremony, till 10. o’clock. next morning on the appearen [appearance] of a shower. the people. had scarce time to retire before a heavy shower of rain wind thunder & lightning followed— [7 lines blank]
Leaves began to show themselves on the trees.— [p. [64]]
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