Discourse, 27 August 1843, as Reported by William Clayton

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Sunday 27th. A. M. at the . Prest. J. preached on Hebrews c 7— After reading a letter from to and making some remarks about it.— He shewed that the word “Salem” is a wrong translation, it should be “shalome” signifying peace. He prophecied that “not all the powers of hell, or earth combined can ever overthrow this boy” for he had a promise from the eternal God. He spoke concerning the priesthood of Melchisedek shewing that the sectarians never professed to have it consequently never could save any one and would all be damned together [p. [102]]
Sunday 27th. A. M. at the . Prest. J. preached on Hebrews c 7— After reading a letter from to and making some remarks about it.— He shewed that the word “Salem” is a wrong translation, it should be “shalome” signifying peace. He prophecied that “not all the powers of hell, or earth combined can ever overthrow this boy” for he had a promise from the eternal God. He spoke concerning the priesthood of Melchisedek shewing that the sectarians never professed to have it consequently never could save any one and would all be damned together [p. [102]]
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