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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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of every kind; the wheat gathered into the barn; the tares left on the field to be burned. The net gathers in of every kind. Those who hold were more concerned about their children than themselves it happens to be our lot to live in a day when this [takes] place. [p. 28]
of every kind; the wheat gathered into the barn; the tares left on the field to be burned. The net gathers in of every kind. Those who hold were more concerned about their children than themselves it happens to be our lot to live in a day when this [takes] place. [p. 28]
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