Discourse, 12 August 1838

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brethren to be of good cheer, and not to be “scared at trifles,” “that he would tell them when danger was near—that at present he did not even anticipate such a thing—for us to hold ourselves in readiness at a moment’s warning, well armed and equipped, to go down to Carroll county and rescue , who is in a suffering condition; and that they must expect to endure trials there.” [p. 33]
brethren to be of good cheer, and not to be “scared at trifles,” “that he would tell them when danger was near—that at present he did not even anticipate such a thing—for us to hold ourselves in readiness at a moment’s warning, well armed and equipped, to go down to Carroll county and rescue , who is in a suffering condition; and that they must expect to endure trials there.” [p. 33]
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