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Brigham Young; The Javelin [JoD 3-243]

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Published on Oct 11, 2013

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"You say, "That man ought to die for transgressing the law of God." Let me suppose a case. Suppose you found your brother in bed with your wife, and put a javelin through both of them, you would be justified, and they would atone for their sins, and be received into the kingdom of God. I would at once do so in such a case; and under such circumstances, I have no wife whom I love so well that I would not put a javelin through her heart, and I would do it with clean hands. But you who trifle with your covenants, be careful lest in judging you will be judged."
A Discourse by President Brigham Young, Delivered in the Tabernacle, Great Salt Lake City, March 16, 1856, transcribed* by G. D. Watt on pp243 of the 3rd volume of the Journal of Discourses
http://journalofdiscourses.com/3/35

*Recorded using Pitman Shorthand
http://youtu.be/RDvBvAZa7_w

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