Revelation Book 1

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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Behold I say unto you that it is my will that your should go forth & not tarry neither be Idle but labour with your mights lifting up your voices as with the sound of a trump proclaiming the truth according to the revelations & commandments which I have given you & thus if ye are faithful ye shall be laden with many sheaves & crowned with honor & glory & immortallity & eternal life Therefore verily I say unto my Servant I revoke the commission which I gave unto him to go unto the eastern Countries & I give unto him a new commission & a new commandment in the which I the Lord chasteneth him for the murmermings of his heart & he sinned nevertheless I forgive him & say unto him again go ye unto <into> the south countries & let my servent go with him & proclaim the things which I have commanded them calling on the name of the Lord for the comforter which shall teach them all things that is expedient for them praying always that they faint not & in asmuch as they do this I will be with them even unto the end Behold this is the will of the Lord your God concerning them you even so amen
And again verily thus saith the Lord let my servent & my Servant take their <Journey> into the Eastern countries & proclaim the things which I have commanded them & in as much as they are faithful <lo> I will be with them even unto the end And again verily I say unto my servant & unto my Servant they shall also take their Journey into the eastern countries & behold & Lo I am with them also even unto the end
And again I say unto my servant & unto my Servant Calves [Wilson] that they also shall take their Journey unto the western countries & proclaim my Gospel even as I have commanded them & he who is faithful shall overcome all things & shall be lifted up at the last day
And again, I say unto my Servant Major [N. Ashley] & unto my servant <let them> take their Journey also unto the south country countries yea let all these take their Journeys as I have commanded them going from house to house & from Vil[la]ge to Village & from Citty to City & in whatsoever [p. 130]
Behold I say unto you that it is my will that you should go forth & not tarry neither be Idle but labour with your mights lifting up your voices as with the sound of a trump proclaiming the truth according to the revelations & commandments which I have given you & thus if ye are faithful ye shall be laden with many sheaves & crowned with honor & glory & immortallity & eternal life Therefore verily I say unto my Servant I revoke the commission which I gave unto him to go unto the eastern Countries & I give unto him a new commission & a new commandment in the which I the Lord chasteneth him for the murmermings of his heart & he sinned nevertheless I forgive him & say unto him again go ye into the south countries & let my servent go with him & proclaim the things which I have commanded them calling on the name of the Lord for the comforter which shall teach them all things that is expedient for them praying always that they faint not & in asmuch as they do this I will be with them even unto the end Behold this is the will of the Lord your God concerning you even so amen
And again verily thus saith the Lord let my servent & my Servant take their Journey into the Eastern countries & proclaim the things which I have commanded them & in as much as they are faithful lo I will be with them even unto the end And again verily I say unto my servant & unto my Servant they shall also take their Journey into the eastern countries & behold & Lo I am with them also even unto the end
And again I say unto my servant & unto my Servant Calves [Wilson] that they also shall take their Journey unto the western countries & proclaim my Gospel even as I have commanded them & he who is faithful shall overcome all things & shall be lifted up at the last day
And again, I say unto my Servant Major [N. Ashley] & my servant let them take their Journey also unto the south countries yea let all these take their Journey as I have commanded them going from house to house & from Village to Village & from Citty to City & in whatsoever [p. 130]
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