Journal, 1835–1836

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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find it’s victims on the earth, me thinks until the earth is swept with the wrath of and indignation of God, and christ’s kingdom becomes universal. O come Lord Jesus and cut short thy work in rightieousness.
Eldr received a letter to day, from bearing the painful inteligence, of the death of his wife. May the Lord bless him and comfort him in this hour of affliction
13 March 1836 • Sunday
Sunday the 13th of March 1836 met with the & some of the . and counseled with them upon the subject of , we conversed freely upon the importance of her redemption, and the necessity of the presidency removing to that place, that their influence, might be more effectually, used in in the saints to that country, and we finally come to the resolution to emigrate on or before the 15th of May next, if kind providence smiles, upon us and openes the way before us
14 March 1836 • Monday
Monday the 14th Attended as usual returned from with his family
15 March 1836 • Tuesday
Tuesday the 15 At in the forenoon in the afternoon, met in the , recd, and waited upon those who called to see me, and attended to my domestick concerns— at evening met in the & recd a lecture, on grammar [p. 169]
find it’s victims on the earth, me thinks until the earth is swept with the wrath and indignation of God, and christ’s kingdom becomes universal. O come Lord Jesus and cut short thy work in rightieousness.
Eldr received a letter to day, from bearing the painful inteligence, of the death of his wife. May the Lord bless him and comfort him in this hour of affliction
13 March 1836 • Sunday
Sunday the 13th of March 1836 met with the & some of the . and counseled with them upon the subject of , we conversed freely upon the importance of her redemption, and the necessity of the presidency removing to that place, that their influence, might be more effectually, used in the saints to that country, and we finally come to the resolution to emigrate on or before the 15th of May next, if kind providence smiles, upon us and openes the way before us
14 March 1836 • Monday
Monday the 14th Attended as usual returned from with his family
15 March 1836 • Tuesday
Tuesday the 15 At in the forenoon in the afternoon, met in the , recd, and waited upon those who called to see me, and attended to my domestick concerns— at evening met in the & recd a lecture, on grammar [p. 169]
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