Discourse, 13 April 1843, as Reported by Willard Richards

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I most heartily congratulate you on your safe arrival— at . & your safe deliverance from all the dangers & diffcultis you have had to encou[n]ter
but you must not think your tribulations. are ended.—
I shall not address you on doctrin but concerni[n]g your temporal welfare
inasmuch as you have come up here assaying to keep the Comma[n]dments <​of God​> I pronou[n]ce the blessings of heaven <​& earth​> upon you. & inasmuch as will <​follow​> counsel. & act wisely. & do right [p. [121]]
I most heartily congratulate you on your safe arrival— at . & your safe deliverance from all the dangers & diffcultis you have had to encounter
but you must not think your tribulations. are ended.—
I shall not address you on doctrin but concerning your temporal welfare
inasmuch as you have come up here assaying to keep the Commandments of God I pronounce the blessings of heaven & earth upon you. & inasmuch as will follow counsel. & act wisely. & do right [p. [121]]
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