Revelation, 2 August 1833–A [D&C 97]

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
Page 62
image
in I the Lord am well pleased that there  should be a in Zion and also with  my servant for he abideth in me  and inasmuch as he continue to abide  in me he shall continue to preside over  the school in the Land of and I  will bless him with a multiplicity of  blessings in expounding all  and mysteries to the Edefication of the  school and of the church in and to  the residue of the school I the Lord am  willing to shew mercy nevertheless there  are those that must needs be chastened  and their work shall be mad[e] known, the  ax is laid at the root of the trees and  evry tree that bringeth not forth good  fruit shall be hewn down and cast into  the fire I the Lord hath spoken it, verily  I say unto you all among them who  know their hearts are honest and are broken  and their spirits contrite and are willing  to observe their by sacrifice yea  every sacrifice which I the Lord shall  command they are all accepted of me  for I the Lord will cause them to bring  forth as a very fruitful tree which  is planted in a goodly land by a pure  stream that yealdeth much precious  fruit, Verely I say unto you that it is  my will that an should be built  unto me in the Land of like unto  the pattern which I have given you yea  let it be built speedely by the  of my people behold this is the tithing [p. 62]
in I the Lord am well pleased that there should be a in Zion and also with my servant for he abideth in me and inasmuch as he continue to abide in me he shall continue to preside over the school in the Land of and I will bless him with a multiplicity of blessings in expounding all and mysteries to the Edefication of the school and of the church in and to the residue of the school I the Lord am willing to shew mercy nevertheless there are those that must needs be chastened and their work shall be made known, the ax is laid at the root of the trees and evry tree that bringeth not forth good fruit shall be hewn down and cast into the fire I the Lord hath spoken it, verily I say unto you all among them who know their hearts are honest and are broken and their spirits contrite and are willing to observe their by sacrifice yea every sacrifice which I the Lord shall command they are all accepted of me for I the Lord will cause them to bring forth as a very fruitful tree which is planted in a goodly land by a pure stream that yealdeth much precious fruit, Verely I say unto you that it is my will that an should be built unto me in the Land of like unto the pattern which I have given you yea let it be built speedely by the of my people behold this is the tithing [p. 62]
Page 62