Doctrine and Covenants, 1835

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dren of the light, and that day shall not overtake you as a  thief.
3 And again, verily I say unto you, there was joy in heaven  when my servant bowed to my scepter, and separated  himself from the crafts of men: therefore, blessed is my ser vant , for I will have mercy on him, and notwithstan ding the vanity of his heart I will lift him up inasmuch as he  will humble himself before me; and I will give him grace and  assurance wherewith he may stand; and if he continues to be  a faithful witness and a light unto the church, I have prepared  a crown for him in the mansions of my Father: even so.—  Amen.
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dren of the light, and that day shall not overtake you as a thief.
3 And again, verily I say unto you, there was joy in heaven when my servant bowed to my scepter, and separated himself from the crafts of men: therefore, blessed is my servant , for I will have mercy on him, and notwithstanding the vanity of his heart I will lift him up inasmuch as he will humble himself before me; and I will give him grace and assurance wherewith he may stand; and if he continues to be a faithful witness and a light unto the church, I have prepared a crown for him in the mansions of my Father: even so.— Amen.
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