Selections from Elders’ Journal, October 1837

tire, that the saints may have the long  desired information, that the standard  of truth is hoisted on the Eastern con tinent, and hundreds are already enlist ing under the blood stained banner of  Immanue, even him who once trod in  the same path that our beloved breth ren who are laboring in England are  now pursuing, i.e. “and the poor  have the gospel preached to them.”— Mat. 11:5. We feel thankful in very  deed that God is no respecter of per sons.—Ed. [p. 4]
Selections from Elders’ Journal, Kirtland, Ohio, Oct. 1837, pp. 3–4, 15.