Revelation Book 2

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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the Lord let Zion rejoice for this Zion the  pure in heart therefore let Zion rejoice  while all the wicked shall mourn for  behold and lo vengence cometh speedily upon  the ungodly as the whirlwind and who  shall escape it the Lords scurge shall  shall pass over by night and by day and  the report thereof shall vex all people yet  it shall not be staid until the Lord  come for the indignation of the Lord is  kindled against their abominations and  all their wicked works nevertheless Zion  shall escape if she observe to do all things  whatsoever I have commanded her but if  she observe not to do whatsoeve[r] I have  commanded her I will visit her according  to all her works with sore afflictions with  pestilence with plague with sword with  vengence with devouring fire nevertheless  let it be read this once in their ears that  I the Lord have accepted of their offering  but if she sin no more none of these  things shall come upon her and I will  bless her with blessings and multiply  a multiplicity of blessing upon her  and upon her generation for ever  and ever saith the Lord your God Amen

Revelation, 2 August 1833–B [D&C 94]

2d August 1833
And again verely I say unto you my  friends a commandment I give unto  you that ye shall commence a work of laying  out and preparing a begining and  foundation of the city of the stake of Zion [p. 64]
the Lord let Zion rejoice for this Zion the pure in heart therefore let Zion rejoice while all the wicked shall mourn for behold and lo vengence cometh speedily upon the ungodly as the whirlwind and who shall escape it the Lords scurge shall shall pass over by night and by day and the report thereof shall vex all people yet it shall not be staid until the Lord come for the indignation of the Lord is kindled against their abominations and all their wicked works nevertheless Zion shall escape if she observe to do all things whatsoever I have commanded her but if she observe not to do whatsoever I have commanded her I will visit her according to all her works with sore afflictions with pestilence with plague with sword with vengence with devouring fire nevertheless let it be read this once in their ears that I the Lord have accepted of their offering but if she sin no more none of these things shall come upon her and I will bless her with blessings and multiply a multiplicity of blessing upon her and upon her generation for ever and ever saith the Lord your God Amen

Revelation, 2 August 1833–B [D&C 94]

2d August 1833
And again verely I say unto you my friends a commandment I give unto you that ye shall commence a work of laying out and preparing a begining and foundation of the city of the stake of Zion [p. 64]
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