Discourse, 23 July 1843, as Reported by Willard Richards

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Law and prophets were until John &c 15 16 luke. 16 v— Joseph prea[c]hed— introduction— It has gone ab[r]oad that I was no longer a prophet.— I said it Ironically. I supposd you would all understand. I was not that I would renounce the idea of being a prophet. but that I would renou[n]ce the idea of procla[i]ming myself such. and saying. that I bear the testimony of Jesus.
No greater love than that a man lay down his life for his finds [friends]. I discover 100s & 1000s ready to do it for me [p. [11]]
Law and prophets were until John &c 16 luke. 16 v— Joseph preached— introduction— It has gone abroad that I was no longer a prophet.— I said it Ironically. I supposd you would all understand. I was not that I would renounce the idea of being a prophet. but that I would renounce the idea of proclaiming myself such. and saying. that I bear the testimony of Jesus.
No greater love than that a man lay down his life for his finds friends. I discover 100s & 1000s ready to do it for me [p. [11]]
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