Revelation Book 2

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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and the sacrifice which I the Lord require at the hand of there hands that there may be an house built unto me for the salvation of Zion for a place of thanksgiving for all saints and for a place of instruction for all those who are called to the work of the ministry in all their several callings and offices that they may be perfected in the understanding of their ministry in theory in principle and in doctrine in all thing pertaining to the Kingdom of God on the earth the keys of which kingdom have been confered upon you and inas much as my people build an house unto me in the name of the Lord and do not suffer any unclean thing to come into it that it be not defiled my glory shall rest upon it yea and my presence shall be therefor I will come into it and all the pure in heart that shall come into it shall see God but if it be defiled I will not come into it and my glory shall not be there for I will not come into unholy temples. and now behold if Zion do these things she shall prosper and spread herself and become very glorious very great and very tereble and the Nations of the earth shall honor her and shall say surely Zion is the city of our God and surely Zion cannot fall neithe[r] be mooved out of her place for God is there and the hand of the Lord is there and he hath sworn by the power of his might to be her salvation and her high tower therefore verily thus saith [p. 63]
and the sacrifice which I the Lord require at there hands that there may be an house built unto me for the salvation of Zion for a place of thanksgiving for all saints and for a place of instruction for all those who are called to the work of the ministry in all their several callings and offices that they may be perfected in the understanding of their ministry in theory in principle and in doctrine in all thing pertaining to the Kingdom of God on the earth the keys of which kingdom have been confered upon you and inas much as my people build an house unto me in the name of the Lord and do not suffer any unclean thing to come into it that it be not defiled my glory shall rest upon it yea and my presence shall be therefor I will come into it and all the pure in heart that shall come into it shall see God but if it be defiled I will not come into it and my glory shall not be there for I will not come into unholy temples. and now behold if Zion do these things she shall prosper and spread herself and become very glorious very great and very tereble and the Nations of the earth shall honor her and shall say surely Zion is the city of our God and surely Zion cannot fall neither be mooved out of her place for God is there and the hand of the Lord is there and he hath sworn by the power of his might to be her salvation and her high tower therefore verily thus saith [p. 63]
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