Letters and Manuscripts — Volume 3 (1876 - 1882)

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Ms 9, 1882

Diary Fragments — June, July, December, 1882

NP

1882

Previously unpublished.

[Sabbath, June 24, 1882]

Spoke to Oakland church from the words, “Awake out of sleep and arise from the dead and Christ shall give thee life.” [Ephesians 5:14.] 3LtMs, Ms 9, 1882, par. 1

[Sunday, June 25, 1882]

Spoke to the people assembled in tent, “Behold, what manner of love hath the Father bestowed on us that we should be called the sons of God, & c.” [1 John 3:1.] 3LtMs, Ms 9, 1882, par. 2

[Tuesday, June 27, 1882]

Spoke under the tent in San Francisco from Revelation, “What are these and whence came they, & c.?” [Revelation 7:13.] Stayed overnight at Sister Swift’s. 3LtMs, Ms 9, 1882, par. 3

Sabbath, July 1, 1882

Spoke in San Francisco under the tent from these words: “Let not your heart be troubled. Ye believe in God, & c.” [John 14:1.] Several signed the covenant to keep all the commandments of God. 3LtMs, Ms 9, 1882, par. 4

Sunday, July 2, 1882

Spoke in San Francisco under the tent on temperance. Daniel, first chapter, was my text. 3LtMs, Ms 9, 1882, par. 5

[Friday, December 8 - Sunday, December 10, 1882]

Left Healdsburg for Ukiah. 3LtMs, Ms 9, 1882, par. 6

I spoke on Sabbath to the little company in the faith. Spoke evening after the Sabbath to a good audience in the court house. Sunday visited ex-governor Holden. Here we met our beloved Sister Moore. We had a pleasant visit. Spoke in evening in court house to a crowded house. I had great liberty in speaking. Several said all the prejudice was removed. 3LtMs, Ms 9, 1882, par. 7