Letter to Newel Knight and the Church in Colesville, 28 August 1830

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that endure faithful unto  the end of their probation.  Therefore hold fast that  which ye have received so  liberally from the hand of  God so that when the  time of refreshing shall come  ye may not have labored  in vain, but that ye may  rest from all your labors  and have fulness of joy in  the Kingdom of God.
“Dearly beloved brethren  we are not ignorant of your  tribulation, knowing that ye  are placed among ravening [p. 130]
that endure faithful unto the end of their probation. Therefore hold fast that which ye have received so liberally from the hand of God so that when the time of refreshing shall come ye may not have labored in vain, but that ye may rest from all your labors and have fulness of joy in the Kingdom of God.
“Dearly beloved brethren we are not ignorant of your tribulation, knowing that ye are placed among ravening [p. 130]
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