Revelation, 16–17 December 1833 [D&C 101]

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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and establish her waste places no more to be  thrown down were the who call themsel ves after my name willing to hear harken to my  voice and again I say unto you those who  have been scattered by their enemies it is  my will that they should continue to impor tune for redress and redemption by the  hand of those who are placed as rulers and  are in authority over you according to the  Law and constitution of the people which  I have suffered to be established and should  be maintained for the rights and protection  of all flesh according to just and holy prin ciples, that evry man may act in doctrine  and principle pertaining to futurity  according to the moral agency which I  have given unto them that evry man  may be accountable for his own sin in sins [in]  the day of judgment therefor it is not  right that any man should be in bon dage one to another and for this purpose  have I established the constitution of this  Land by the hands of wise men whom  I raised up unto this very purpose and  redeemed the Land by the shedding of  blood, Now unto what shall I liken  the children of I will liken them to  unto the parable of the woman and the  unjust judge (for men ought always  to pray and not faint) which saith  there was in a city a judge which  feared not God neither regarded  man and there was a widow in that  city and she came unto him saying [p. 81]
and establish her waste places no more to be thrown down were the who call themselves after my name willing to harken to my voice and again I say unto you those who have been scattered by their enemies it is my will that they should continue to importune for redress and redemption by the hand of those who are placed as rulers and are in authority over you according to the Law and constitution of the people which I have suffered to be established and should be maintained for the rights and protection of all flesh according to just and holy principles, that evry man may act in doctrine and principle pertaining to futurity according to the moral agency which I have given unto them that evry man may be accountable for his own sins [in] the day of judgment therefor it is not right that any man should be in bondage one to another and for this purpose have I established the constitution of this Land by the hands of wise men whom I raised up unto this very purpose and redeemed the Land by the shedding of blood, Now unto what shall I liken the children of I will liken them unto the parable of the woman and the unjust judge (for men ought always to pray and not faint) which saith there was in a city a judge which feared not God neither regarded man and there was a widow in that city and she came unto him saying [p. 81]
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