Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 2, 10 March 1843–14 July 1843

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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yes, if we learn how to live & how to die  [blank]. when we lie down we contemplat  how we may rise up in the morni[n]g  and <it is> pleasing for friends to lie down together  locked in the arms of love, to sleep, & wake  in each others embrace <& renew their  conversation.>
would you think it strange that I  relate what I have seen in vision in  relation.— this intere[s]ting theme.
Those who have died in Jesus christ, may  expect to enter in to all that fruition  of Joy when they come forth. which  they have possessed here, [p. [143]]
yes, if we learn how to live & how to die [blank]. when we lie down we contemplat how we may rise up in the morning and it is pleasing for friends to lie down together locked in the arms of love, to sleep, & wake in each others embrace & renew their conversation.
would you think it strange that I relate what I have seen in vision in relation.— this interesting theme.
Those who have died in Jesus christ, may expect to enter in to all that fruition of Joy when they come forth. which they have possessed here, [p. [143]]
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