Discourse, circa 19 July 1840, as Reported by Martha Jane Knowlton Coray–B

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peace but the Nations of the Earth will be at war:
our cry from the 1st has been for peace and we will continue pleading like the Widow at the feet of the unjust judge but we may plead at the feet of Majistrates and at the feet of Judges At the feet of Governors and at the feet of senotors & at the feet of the Pre[s]idents for 8 years it will be of no avail we shall find no favor in any <​of the​> courts of this government
The is the redemption of all N & S America and those 12 must be built up before the redemption of Zion can take place and those who refuse to gather [p. [10]]
peace but the Nations of the Earth will be at war:
our cry from the 1st has been for peace and we will continue pleading like the Widow at the feet of the unjust judge but we may plead at the feet of Majistrates and at the feet of Judges At the feet of Governors and at the feet of senotors & at the feet of Presidents for 8 years it will be of no avail we shall find no favor in any of the courts of this government
The is the redemption of all N & S America and those 12 must be built up before the redemption of Zion can take place and those who refuse to gather [p. [10]]
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