Revelation Book 2

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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let him trust in me and he shall not be confounded and an  h hare of his head shall <not> fall to the ground unnoticed and  verely I say unto you the rest of my servants go ye forth  as your circumstances shall permit in your several  callings unto the great and notable cities and villages  reprooving the world in righteousness of all there unri ghteous and undodly [ungodly] deeds setting forth clearly and  understandingly the dessolation of Abomination in  the last days for with you saith the Lord almighty  I will rend these kingdoms I will not only shake  the earth but the stary heavens shall tremble also  for I the Lord have put forth mine hand to exhor exert  the powers of heaven, ye cannot see it now, yet  a little while, and ye shall see it and know that  I am, and that I will come and reign with my people  I am Alpha & Omega the begining and the end Amen,
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Revelation, 6 December 1832 [D&C 86]

A Revelation explaining the parable of the wheat & <the> Tears [tares]
Verily thus saith the Lord unto you my servants  concerning the parable of the wheat and of the  tears, Behold verily I say that the field was the world  and the were the sowers of the seed and after  they have fallen asleep the great persecutor of the Church  the apostate, the whore, even Babylon, that maketh  all nations <to> drunk <drink> of her cup, in whose hearts the  enemy even Satan sitteth to reign, behold he soweth  the tears, wherefore the tears choke the wheet and drive  the church in to the wilderness, but behold in the  last days, even now while the Lord is begining to  bring forth his <the> word, and the blade is springing  up and is yet tender, behold verily I say unto  you the angels are crying unto the Lord, day and  night who are ready, and waiting to be sent forth [p. 31]
let him trust in me and he shall not be confounded and an h hare of his head shall not fall to the ground unnoticed and verely I say unto you the rest of my servants go ye forth as your circumstances shall permit in your several callings unto the great and notable cities and villages reprooving the world in righteousness of all there unrighteous and undodly ungodly deeds setting forth clearly and understandingly the dessolation of Abomination in the last days for with you saith the Lord almighty I will rend these kingdoms I will not only shake the earth but the stary heavens shall tremble also for I the Lord have put forth mine hand to exert the powers of heaven, ye cannot see it now, yet a little while, and ye shall see it and know that I am, and that I will come and reign with my people I am Alpha & Omega the begining and the end Amen,
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Revelation, 6 December 1832 [D&C 86]

A Revelation explaining the parable of the wheat & the Tears [tares]
Verily thus saith the Lord unto you my servants concerning the parable of the wheat and of the tears, Behold verily I say that the field was the world and the were the sowers of the seed and after they have fallen asleep the great persecutor of the Church the apostate, the whore, even Babylon, that maketh all nations to drink of her cup, in whose hearts the enemy even Satan sitteth to reign, behold he soweth the tears, wherefore the tears choke the wheet and drive the church in to the wilderness, but behold in the last days, even now while the Lord is begining to bring forth the word, and the blade is springing up and is yet tender, behold verily I say unto you the angels are crying unto the Lord, day and night who are ready, and waiting to be sent forth [p. 31]
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