Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 1, 21 December 1842–10 March 1843

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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had I any thing to do with the  negro— I would confine them to by  strict Laws to their own Species  put them on a national Equalization
Because faith is wanting the  fruits are not.— No man Since the  world was ever had faith without  having something along with it.  The ancients quenched the violence  of escaped the edged of the sword  women recevd their Dead. &c by faith  the worlds were made.— a man who  has none of the gifts— has no faith  he deceives himseff if he supposes  it. faith has been wanting not only  among the heathen but but professed  Christedom also.— that Tongues. & heali[n]gs [p. 43]
had I any thing to do with the negro— I would confine them by strict Laws to their own Species put them on a national Equalization
Because faith is wanting the fruits are not.— No man Since the world was ever had faith without having something along with it. The ancients quenched the violence of escaped the edged of the sword women recevd their Dead. &c by faith the worlds were made.— a man who has none of the gifts— has no faith he deceives himseff if he supposes it. faith has been wanting not only among the heathen but but professed Christedom also.— that Tongues. & healings [p. 43]
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