Letter to the Church in Colesville, 2 December 1830

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and many have been buried  under the ruins. In Columbia,  South America, they are at  war and peace is taken from  the earth in part. and it will  soon be in whole, yea des tructions are at our doors,  and they soon will be in  the houses of the wicked, and  they that know not God. Yea  lift up your heads and rejoice  for your redemption draweth  nigh. We are the most favored  people that ever have been  from the foundation of the  world, if we remain faith [p. 201]
and many have been buried under the ruins. In Columbia, South America, they are at war and peace is taken from the earth in part. and it will soon be in whole, yea destructions are at our doors, and they soon will be in the houses of the wicked, and they that know not God. Yea lift up your heads and rejoice for your redemption draweth nigh. We are the most favored people that ever have been from the foundation of the world, if we remain faith [p. 201]
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