You cannot deny that
Harris seems sincere.
 
  Sincere or not, everybody has a weakness. We have to find his weakness and exploit it.  
  Well, J.B., Harris did get excommunicated from the Church, even after all he had given. I bet he became pretty bitter. Can ‛t you make something out of that ? Maybe by reminding him of all his hardships you can get him worked up enough to confess that it was all a scam.  
     
  Looking at the records, it shows :
1. You sacrificed 151 acres of land and your new home to pay for the first printing of the Book of Mormon.
2. You had to keep two households going, one in Palmyra and one in Kirtland.
3. You rarely saw your wife and children because of your church service.
 
     
  4. Your good reputation in Palmyra was ruined for following that “crazy Joe Smith.”
5. In 1831, you and 300 other deluded men followed Joseph Smith on a 1,900 mile round trip in a wasted attempt to help members of Joseph ‛s Church in Missouri.
6. In 1833, you were once imprisoned in Pennsylvania for preaching about “ that Book.”
7. And after all you had done for the founding and development of the Church, the thanks you receive is that the Church leaves you behind and moves west to Missouri, then Illinois, and later Utah.
 

 

 

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