June 4th, 1848 (Sunday)

June 4, 2010

Thomas, Joseph and Henry have been telling untruths; so I had the whole six before me, and gave them a severe and lengthened lecture upon the sin, and consequences, of falseness of character. I am uneasy about Thomas, and I told him so; for I fear he has a habit of deceitfulness, which it will be hard to eradicate by and bye, when he ceases to be a boy. Charged them earnestly to confess their offences to God, both in Chapel and Dormitory. Wrung painful floods of tears from them, and have remarked that they have been more devout in manner during daily service. For the last 2 days kept Henry from Chapel and Hall, which seems to have been much felt.


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