Discourse, 13 August 1843–A, as Reported by Martha Jane Knowlton Coray

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sermon 3thd
on the death of
There is a thought more dreadful than that of total annihilation, That Thought is the an assurance <​thought​> that we shall never again meet with those we loved here on earth suppose I had died beleiving that when having some Idea of a resurection and Glory beyond the grave which God and angels had secured and yet had not any knowledge <​intelligence​> of any Law or any order by which it is to be obtained Well you lose a friend you come up in the resurection hoping to [see] him again but find yourself separated from them to all eternity and become [p. [30]]
sermon 3thd
on the death of
There is a thought more dreadful than that of total annihilation, That is the an thought that we shall never again meet with those we loved here on earth suppose I had some Idea of a resurection and Glory beyond the grave which God and angels had secured and yet had not any knowledge intelligence of any Law or any order by which it is to be obtained Well you lose a friend you come up in the resurection hoping to [see] him again but find yourself separated from them to all eternity and become [p. [30]]
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