Discourse, between circa 26 June and circa 4 August 1839–A, as Reported by William Clayton

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fathers to the children living or dead to prepare them for the coming of the Son of Man. If Elijah did not come the whole earth would be smitten. There will be here and there a &c. Some may have cried peace but the saints and the world will have little peace from henceforth. Let this not hinder us from going to the Stake; for God has told us to flee not or we shall be scattered, one here another there.
There your children shall <​be​> blessed and you in the midst of friends where you may be blessed &c. The Gospel net gathers in of every kind. I prophesy that the man who tarries after he has had an opportunity of going will be affected by the Devil. Wars are at hand— we must not delay but wer are not required [p. 20]
fathers to the children living or dead to prepare them for the coming of the Son of Man. If Elijah did not come the whole earth would be smitten. There will be here and there a &c. Some may have cried peace but the saints and the world will have little peace from henceforth. Let this not hinder us from going to the Stake; for God has told us to flee not or we shall be scattered, one here another there.
There your children shall be blessed and you in the midst of friends where you may be blessed &c. The Gospel net gathers in of every kind. I prophesy that the man who tarries after he has had an opportunity of going will be affected by the Devil. Wars are at hand— we must not delay but we are not required [p. 20]
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