Revelation Book 2

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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avenge me of mine adver[s]ary and he would  not for a while but afterward he said  within himself though I fear not God nor  regard man yet because this widow  troubleth me I will avenge her lest  by her continual coming she weary  me thus will I liken the children of  Zion let them impertune at the feet  of the judge and if he heed them  not let them impertune at the feet of  the and if the heed them  not let them importune at the feet  of the President and if the President  heed them not then will the Lord arise  and come forth out of his <hiding> place &  in his fury vex the nation and in  his hot displeasure and in his fierce  ander [anger] in his time will cut off these  wicked unfaithful and unjust stew ards and appoint them their portion  among hypocrits and unbelievers even  in outer darkness where there is weeping  and wailing and gnashing of teeth  pray ye therefore that their ears may  be opened to unto your cries that I may  be merciful unto them that these things  come not upon them what I have said  unto you must needs be that all men  may be left without excuse that wise  men and rulers may hear and know  that which I <they> have never considered  that I may procede to bring to pass  my act my strange act and perform  my work my strange work that men [p. 82]
avenge me of mine adversary and he would not for a while but afterward he said within himself though I fear not God nor regard man yet because this widow troubleth me I will avenge her lest by her continual coming she weary me thus will I liken the children of Zion let them impertune at the feet of the judge and if he heed them not let them impertune at the feet of the and if the heed them not let them importune at the feet of the President and if the President heed them not then will the Lord arise and come forth out of his hiding place & in his fury vex the nation and in his hot displeasure and in his fierce ander [anger] in his time will cut off these wicked unfaithful and unjust stewards and appoint them their portion among hypocrits and unbelievers even in outer darkness where there is weeping and wailing and gnashing of teeth pray ye therefore that their ears may be opened unto your cries that I may be merciful unto them that these things come not upon them what I have said unto you must needs be that all men may be left without excuse that wise men and rulers may hear and know that which they have never considered that I may procede to bring to pass my act my strange act and perform my work my strange work that men [p. 82]
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