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  • Page 293

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1843 – December 31, 1844)

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    In the first instance The Prophet crossed the river to Iowa & while there he inquired of the Lord what he should do and the Lord told him to return and give himself up he appeared to be aware that he would be slain. The covenants convey this ^same^ idea ^concerning Joseph^ see Page 159 4 par Behold I grant unto you eternal life if you should be slain Page 126, 1 & 2 Par. It is supposed by some that the Govornor had a hand in ...
  • Page 294

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1843 – December 31, 1844)

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    be persecuted if they endured to the end they should be saved. This generation speak much about the clouds and weather they disern the face of the sky but why can they not disern the signs of the times. The fig trees are leaving and all things indicate the second advent of Christ. Elder B Young arose and said he felt disposed to add his testimony, be of good cheer, the testiment is not in force while the Testator liveth when he died it was in force so it is ...
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    July 19, 1844
  • Page 296

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1843 – December 31, 1844)

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    alone; none but congeniel spirits there. Wilford arose (and with the spirit of a Joseph rewards his father Jacob) opened his heart [FIGURE] to his father and spoke his mind, the sentime nt was recieved. I lade my hands upon my Fathers Aphek head (and according to the authority of the Priesthood and Apostleship confered upon me by the revelations of Jesus Christ under the hands of the Twelve Apostles, President B. Young being mouth upon the cornor stone of the house of the Lord in far west in the ...
  • Page 298

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1843 – December 31, 1844)

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    July 27, 1844 ~ Saturday 27th We arived at Detroit in the evening on board the Bufhalo spent the night at the rail road Hotel July 28, 1844 ~ Sunday 28th Sunday we took the propeller Hereles for Chicago at 10 oclok fare in cabin $7. I spent a part of the day in writing we had good state rooms and was comfortable we spoke of our families freequently and the death of Joseph and
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    July 27, 1844 July 28, 1844 July 29, 1844 July 30, 1844 July 31, 1844
  • Page 306

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1843 – December 31, 1844)

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    and received in part the blessings. Joseph has gone but he has not left us comfortless, for he will administer unto us I will bear this testimony in 2 nights after he was slain he came to me (and I thought their was a large building stood on wheels, and he said tell the drivers to drive on I asked if the building was on wheels[.] yes so we drove all round the hills and valleys and finally over the river into Iowa. I told him ...
  • Page 307

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1843 – December 31, 1844)

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    the business without calling the whold Church I dont want you to abide my council alone but act for yourselves. If you want Sidney Rigdon to lead you vote for him but if you dont intend to follow him, and support him as you did Joseph and I would say the same for the Twelve dont make a covenant to support them unless you intend to abide by their council. But we want to know if this people will support the Priesthood If you build the house you ...
  • Page 102

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1838 – December 31, 1839)

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    Holy Priesthood & the Holy Ghost that they have power thus to speak. What art thou O man but dust & from wholm dost thou received thy power & blessings but from God, then O ye Twelve notice this [FIGURE] key & be wise for Christ sake & your own souls sake. Ye are not sent out to be taught but to teach let every man be sober be vigilent & let all his words be seasoned with grace & keep in mind that it is a day of warning & not of many words. Act honest before God & ...
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    July 4, 1839 July 6, 1839 July 7, 1839
  • Page 103

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1838 – December 31, 1839)

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    him in testimony & rejoiced in having the privilege of once more addressing the body of the church Brother Orson Hide followed me & he had the spirit of the Lord. Brother Brigham Young next spoke & also bore testimony in the spirit. We was then addressed by President S. Rigdon & his address was peculiarly adapted to the circumstances of the Twelve taking their leave of all they hold dear on earth & go forth from their own nation & stand before the kings & rulers of the natio- ns ...
  • Page 104

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1838 – December 31, 1839)

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    July 8, 1839 ~ Monday July 8th I spent in writing. July 9, 1839 ~ Tuesday 9th. I regulated my trunks & set my house in order for my Journey. [FIGURE] I wrote a letter to Elder John Herret & sent him the Prospectus July 10, 1839 ~ Wednesday 10th I crossed the River saw some lamanites. I spent the day in Montrose Commerce with Joseph & some of the Twelve in aranging a selection ...
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    July 8, 1839 July 9, 1839 July 10, 1839 July 11, 1839 July 12, 1839
  • Page 108

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1838 – December 31, 1839)

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    Mr George Miller offered himself for Baptism after meeting. I rode to McComb from then[ce] to Father John Coltrins & spent the night. I was weak & feble with the exercises of the day distance 14 m August 12, 1839 ~ Monday Aug 12th Br Taylor Baptized Mr Miller. I spent the day with Br Zebedee Coltrin. I am gaining in strength I spent the night at Br John Vance 8 m ...
    Dates:
    August 12, 1839 August 13, 1839 August 14, 1839 August 15, 1839 August 16, 1839 August 17, 1839 August 18, 1839