Discourse, between circa 26 June and circa 4 August 1839–B, as Reported by William Clayton

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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Behold a sower went forth to sow &c.
Our Savior is the sower— the people are the world— the harvest is the end of the world— the reapers are the angels. The end of the world is not come consequently the harvest cannot come without angels. The Son of man is to send forth his angels. The Son of man says that the Saints shall judge the world and angels. God has revealed himself. When they come up before God they will be asked, did this angel perform this or that, that he was sent to do, if not they will be judged— the world judged.
Some fell among thorns, &c. God sows— the enemy comes and sows parties, division, heresies,— shall we kill them— No, not till harvest, the end of the world. [p. 26]
Behold a sower went forth to sow &c.
Our Savior is the sower— the people are the world— the harvest is the end of the world— the reapers are the angels. The end of the world is not come consequently the harvest cannot come without angels. The Son of man is to send forth his angels. The Son of man says that the Saints shall judge the world and angels. God has revealed himself. When they come up before God they will be asked, did this angel perform this or that, that he was sent to do, if not they will be judged— the world judged.
Some fell among thorns, &c. God sows— the enemy comes and sows parties, division, heresies,— shall we kill them— No, not till harvest, the end of the world. [p. 26]
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