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Manuscript Releases, vol. 5 [Nos. 260-346], Page 176

seems to be that it is as God would have it, and I must be reconciled. It has been hard, so hard.

I wept and prayed and pondered and wept again, and the steady conviction forces itself upon me that it is right as it is. God's work is great. It demands our first attention. Separated as we are, we shall not be influenced by each other but we shall look to God separately and do our work in His fear and to His glory.—Letter 32, 1878, p. 1. (To “Dear Husband,” June 24, 1878.)

Released July 20, 1972.

MR No. 303—In Selected Messages, book 3, pp. 363-378

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