Discourse, 16 April 1843, as Reported by Willard Richards

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Joseph read s letters to the Editor of “T[imes] & Seasons” concrning the death of . <​& remarked he read it because it was so appropriate to all who had died in the faith.—​> Almost all who have fallen in these last days, in the church, have fallen in a strange land, this is a strange land. to tho[s]e who have come from a distance.
we should cultivate sympathy for the afflicted. among us.
If there is a place on earth. where men should cultivate this spirit & pour in the oil & wine <​in the bosom of the afflicted​> it is this place.
<​and this spirit is manifest here—​> and although he is a stranger <​& afflicted.​> when he arrives, he finds. a brother— & friend ready to administer to his necessities.— [p. [139]]
Joseph read s letter to the Editor of “Times & Seasons” concrning the death of . & remarked he read it because it was so appropriate to all who had died in the faith.— Almost all who have fallen in these last days, in the church, have fallen in a strange land, this is a strange land. to those who have come from a distance.
we should cultivate sympathy for the afflicted. among us.
If there is a place on earth. where men should cultivate this spirit & pour in the oil & wine in the bosom of the afflicted it is this place.
and this spirit is manifest here— and although he is a stranger & afflicted. when he arrives, he finds. a brother— & friend ready to administer to his necessities.— [p. [139]]
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