Council of Fifty, Minutes, March 1844–January 1846; Volume 1, 10 March 1844–1 March 1845

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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Er spake in favor of Moses’ government.
Er referred to s views of Mormonism. That there is a spirit in it that will convince the learned, wanted to go up stream as fast as possible.
Er had never felt much interest in political government, but much in the government of heaven
Er spoke of his experience He had found since he had come into this church that we had got to be men. Never considered himself decently whip’t until he was whipt with a rod taken out of his own hand, and many other good things. [p. [92]]
Er spake in favor of Moses’ government.
Er referred to s views of Mormonism. That there is a spirit in it that will convince the learned, wanted to go up stream as fast as possible.
Er had never felt much interest in political government, but much in the government of heaven
Er spoke of his experience He had found since he had come into this church that we had got to be men. Never considered himself decently whip’t until he was whipt with a rod taken out of his own hand, and many other good things. [p. [92]]
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