History, 1838–1856, volume A-1 [23 December 1805–30 August 1834]

  • Source Note
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also to the city of Albany, and also to the city of  , and warn the people of those cities with  the sound of the gospel, with a loud voice, of  the utter abolishment which awaits them if they do reject;  these things; for if they do reject these things the  hour of their judgment is nigh: and their house  shall be left unto them desolate. Let him trust in  me and he shall not be confounded; and an  hair of his head shall not fall to the ground  unnoticed.
24. And verily, I say unto you, the rest of  my servants, go ye forth as your circumstances  will shall permit, in your several callings, unto  the great and notable cities and villages, re proving the world in righteousness of all their  unrighteous and ungodly deeds, setting forth  clearly and understandingly the desolation and of  abomination in the last days; for with you  saith the Lord Almighty, I will rend their  kingdoms: I will not only shake the earth, but  the starry heavens shall tremble: for I the Lord  have put forth my hand to exert the powers  of heaven: ye cannot see it now, yet a little  while and ye shall see it, and know that  I am, and that I will come and reign with  my people. I am Alpha and Omega, the  beginning and the end: Amen.
The following is extracted from the “Evening  and Morning Star.” of September 1832. (No— 4.)
“Writing Letters.”
“The art of writing is one of the greatest blessings  we enjoy. To cultivate it is our duty, and to use  it is our privilege,… By writing, the word of the  Lord has been handed to the inhabitants of the  earth, from generation to generation. By writing,  the inventions and knowledge of men have been  received, age after age, for the benefit of the  world. By writing, the transactions of life, like  the skies of <over> the ocean, are spread out upon the [p. 238]
also to the city of Albany, and also to the city of , and warn the people of those cities with the sound of the gospel, with a loud voice, of the utter abolishment which awaits them if they do reject; these things; for if they do reject these things the hour of their judgment is nigh: and their house shall be left unto them desolate. Let him trust in me and he shall not be confounded; and an hair of his head shall not fall to the ground unnoticed.
24. And verily, I say unto you, the rest of my servants, go ye forth as your circumstances shall permit, in your several callings, unto the great and notable cities and villages, reproving the world in righteousness of all their unrighteous and ungodly deeds, setting forth clearly and understandingly the desolation of abomination in the last days; for with you saith the Lord Almighty, I will rend their kingdoms: I will not only shake the earth, but the starry heavens shall tremble: for I the Lord have put forth my hand to exert the powers of heaven: ye cannot see it now, yet a little while and ye shall see it, and know that I am, and that I will come and reign with my people. I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end: Amen.
The following is extracted from the “Evening and Morning Star.” of September 1832. (No— 4.)
“Writing Letters.”
“The art of writing is one of the greatest blessings we enjoy. To cultivate it is our duty, and to use it is our privilege,… By writing, the word of the Lord has been handed to the inhabitants of the earth, from generation to generation. By writing, the inventions and knowledge of men have been received, age after age, for the benefit of the world. By writing, the transactions of life, like the skies over the ocean, are spread out upon the [p. 238]
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