Discourse, circa 19 July 1840, as Reported by Martha Jane Knowlton Coray [ca. 1850s]

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Now let all who can coolly and deliberately dispose of their property come up and give of the<​i​>r substance to the [poor?] that the hearts of the poor may be comforted and all may worship god together in holiness of heart come brethren come all of you— And I prophecy in the name of the Lord that the state of shall become a great mountain and mighty mountain as [a] city set upon a hill that cannot be hid and a great [candle?] that giveth light to the world and The city of als[o] shall become the Greatest city in the whole world— [p. [16]]
Now let all who can coolly and deliberately dispose of their property come up and give of their substance to the [poor] that the hearts of the poor may be comforted and all may worship god together in holiness of heart come brethren come all of you— And I prophecy in the name of the Lord that the state of shall become a great and mighty mountain as [a] city set upon a hill that cannot be hid and a great [candle] that giveth light to the world The city of also shall become the Greatest city in the whole world— [p. [16]]
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