Minutes, 18 April 1844

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He believes our deliverance is nearer than anticipated by many—when the stone cut out of the mountain without hands will fill the whole earth. He considers this the greatest events of his life.
Er considers this the greatest day of his life. He feels happy for the privilege and for the instructions given. He had come for instruction that he might be happy with the rest of his brethren.
The chairman called upon to open the council by prayer which was done.
The chairman went out a few minutes during which time Er sung some verse composed [p. [144]]
He believes our deliverance is nearer than anticipated by many—when the stone cut out of the mountain without hands will fill the whole earth. He considers this the greatest events of his life.
Er considers this the greatest day of his life. He feels happy for the privilege and for the instructions given. He had come for instruction that he might be happy with the rest of his brethren.
The chairman called upon to open the council by prayer which was done.
The chairman went out a few minutes during which time Er sung some verse composed [p. [144]]
Page [144]