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

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death, will soon pass through  your neighborhood, and  sweep away some of your  most bitter enemies, for you  need not suppose that God  will be mocked at, and his   be trampled  under their feet in such a  manner as your enemies  do, without visiting them in  his wrath when they are  fully ripe, and behold the  angel cries, thrust in your  sickle for the harvest is fully  ripe; and the earth will soon  be reaped.— that is, the wicked [p. 133]
death, will soon pass through your neighborhood, and sweep away some of your most bitter enemies, for you need not suppose that God will be mocked at, and his be trampled under their feet in such a manner as your enemies do, without visiting them in his wrath when they are fully ripe, and behold the angel cries, thrust in your sickle for the harvest is fully ripe; and the earth will soon be reaped.— that is, the wicked [p. 133]
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