Discourse, circa 21 March 1841, as Reported by Martha Jane Knowlton Coray

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And I prophecy that the day will come when you will say Oh that we had given heed but look now upon our public works the <​stone​> school house for instance the Simoon [simoom] of the Desert has passed over it the people will not hearken nor hear And bondage Death and destruction are close at our heels The Kingdom will not be broken up but judgements awaits man we shall be scattered and driven gathered again & then dispersed reestablished & driven abroad and so on until the Ancient of days shall sit and the Kingom and power thereof shall be given to the saints and they shall possess the it forever and ever which may God hasten for Christs sake Amen [p. [29]]
And I prophecy that the day will come when you will say Oh that we had given heed but look now upon our public works the stone school house for instance the Simoon [simoom] of the Desert has passed over it the people will not hearken nor hear And bondage Death and destruction are close at our heels The Kingdom will not be broken up but we shall be scattered and driven gathered again & then dispersed reestablished & driven abroad and so on until the Ancient of days shall sit and the Kingom and power thereof shall be given to the saints and they shall possess it forever and ever which may God hasten for Christs sake Amen [p. [29]]
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