Discourse, 9 April 1842, as Reported by Wilford Woodruff

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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I can say in my heart that I have not done any thing against that I am sorry for & I would ask any of his Companions if they have done any thing against him that they are sorry for. or that they would not like to meet at the bar of God if so let it prove as a warning to all men to deal justly before God & with all men then we shall be clear in the day of judgment When we loose a near & dear friend upon whom we have set our hearts we can never feel the same afterwards Knowing that if we set our hearts upon others they may in like manner be taken from us President Smith made many other interesting remarks[.] [p. [145]]
I can say in my heart that I have not done any thing against that I am sorry for & I would ask any of his Companions if they have done any thing against him that they are sorry for. or that they would not like to meet at the bar of God if so let it prove as a warning to all men to deal justly before God & with all men then we shall be clear in the day of judgment When we loose a near & dear friend upon whom we have set our hearts we can never feel the same afterwards Knowing that if we set our hearts upon others they may in like manner be taken from us President Smith made many other interesting remarks. [p. [145]]
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