A’ — God dwells in Everlasting Burnings
a. Hear it, all ye ends of the earth — all ye priests, all ye sinners, and all men.
b. Repent! Repent! Obey the Gospel. Turn to God;
c. for your religion won’t save you, and you will be damned. I do not say how long.
c. There have been remarks made concerning all men being redeemed from hell; but I say that those who sin against the Holy Ghost cannot be forgiven in this world or in the world to come; they shall die the second death. Those who commit the unpardonable sin are doomed to Gnolom – to [and must*] dwell in hell, worlds without end. As they concoct scenes of bloodshed in this world, so they shall rise to that resurrection which is as the lake of fire and brimstone.
d. Some shall rise to the everlasting burnings of God; for God dwells in everlasting burnings, and some shall rise to the damnation of their own filthiness, which is as exquisite a torment as the lake of fire and brimstone.
e. I have intended my remarks for all, both rich and poor, bond and free, great and small.
f. I have no enmity against any man. [I love all men*] I love you all; but I hate some of your deeds. I am your best friend, and if persons miss their mark it is their own fault. If I reprove a man, and he hates me, he is a fool; for I love all men, especially these my brethren and sisters.
e. I rejoice in hearing the testimony of my aged friends.
f. You don’t know me; [you never will*] you never knew my heart. No man knows my history. I cannot tell it: I shall never undertake it. I don’t blame any one for not believing my history.
d. If I had not experienced what I have, I could not have believed it myself.
c. I never did harm any man since I was born in the world. My voice is always for peace.
b. I cannot lie down until all my work is finished. I never think any evil, nor do anything to the harm of my fellowman.
a. When I am called by the trump of the archangel and weighed in the balance, you will all know me then. I add no more. God bless you all. Amen.
a. Hear it, all ye ends of the earth
b. Repent! Repent! Obey the Gospel. Turn to God
c. They concoct scenes of bloodshed in this world
d. God dwells in everlasting burnings
e. I have intended my remarks for all
f. I am your best friend
e. I rejoice in hearing the testimony of my aged friends
f. No man knows my history. . . . I don’t blame any one for not believing my history
d. If I had not experienced what I have, I could not have believed it myself
c. My voice is always for peace.
b. I cannot lie down until all my work is finished.
a. You will all know me then. I add no more.