Discourse, 6 May 1844–B

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The chairman remarked that all who could, should go electioneering, but must tary in Jerusalem untill they be endued with power. He enquired when the State Convention was to meet in . He did not want to forsake those in the . As we have no money we must go out in the world and command means, and work by faith & revolutionize the world, not by power, nor by might, but by pure intelligence [p. [239]] and prophecied in the name of the Lord the elders should have more power and more might and more means than they ever had before one hundred fold. Let them get up meetings &c &c and carry out the election. He want to go to and run for vice President [p. [240]]