Revelation Book 2

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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used sparingly, and it is pleasing unto me that they  should not be used only in times of winter or of  famine, all grain is for the use of  man and of beasts to be the staff of life not  only for man but for the beasts of the feald and  the fowls of heaven and all wild animals than [that]  run or creap on the earth and these hath  God made for the use of man only in times  of famine and excess of hunger all gain [grain] is  good for the food of man as also the fruit of  the vine that which yealdeth fruit whether  in the ground or above the ground never the less wheet for man and corn for the ox  and oats for the horse and rye for the swine  fowls & for swine and for all beasts of the  field and barley for all useful animals and  for mild drink as also other grain, and  all saints who remember to keep and do these  sayings walking in obedience to the shall receive health in their  navel and marrow to their bones and shall  find wisdom and great treasure of knowledge  even hiden treasures and shall run and not  be weary and shall walk and not faint  and I the Lord give unto them a promise  that the distroying angel shall pass by  them as the Children of Israel and  not slay them Amen
Given Februa[r]y 27— 1833

Revelation, 8 March 1833 [D&C 90]

Revelation given 8th March 1833
A commandment given unto Joseph saying, thus saith  the Lord verely, verely I say unto you my son thy sins  are forgiven thee according to thy petition for thy  prayer and the prayers of thy brethren have [p. 51]
used sparingly, and it is pleasing unto me that they should not be used only in times of winter or of famine, all grain is for the use of man and of beasts to be the staff of life not only for man but for the beasts of the feald and the fowls of heaven and all wild animals than [that] run or creap on the earth and these hath God made for the use of man only in times of famine and excess of hunger all gain grain is good for the food of man as also the fruit of the vine that which yealdeth fruit whether in the ground or above the ground never theless wheet for man and corn for the ox and oats for the horse and rye for the fowls & for swine and for all beasts of the field and barley for all useful animals and for mild drink as also other grain, and all saints who remember to keep and do these sayings walking in obedience to the shall receive health in their navel and marrow to their bones and shall find wisdom and great treasure of knowledge even hiden treasures and shall run and not be weary and shall walk and not faint and I the Lord give unto them a promise that the distroying angel shall pass by them as the Children of Israel and not slay them Amen
Given February 27— 1833

Revelation, 8 March 1833 [D&C 90]

Revelation given 8th March 1833
A commandment given unto Joseph saying, thus saith the Lord verely, verely I say unto you my son thy sins are forgiven thee according to thy petition for thy prayer and the prayers of thy brethren have [p. 51]
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