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Revelation, 22 June 1834 [D&C 105]

Zion, and her law, be executed and fulfilled after her redemption. There has been a day of calling, but the time has come for a day of choosing; and let those be chosen that are worthy: and it shall be manifest unto my servant Joseph by the voice of the Spirit those who are chosen, and they shall be sanctified; and inasmuch as they follow the counsels which they receive, they shall have power after many days to accomplish all things pertaining to Zion.
And again, I say unto you, sue for peace, not only the people that have smitten you, but also all people; and lift up an ensign of peace, and make a proclamation for peace unto the ends of the earth: and make proposals for peace unto those who have smitten you, according to the voice of the Spirit which is in you; and all things shall work together for your good; and be faithful: and behold, and lo, I am with you even unto the end, even so; Amen. [p. 100]
Zion, and her law, be executed and fulfilled after her redemp tion. There has been a day of calling, but the time has come for  a day of choosing; and let those be chosen that are worthy:  and it shall be manifest unto my servant Joseph by the voice  of the Spirit those who are chosen, and they shall be sanctified;  and inasmuch as they follow the counsels which they receive, they  shall have power after many days to accomplish all things pertain ing to Zion.
And again, I say unto you, sue for peace, not only the people  that have smitten you, but also to all people; and lift up an  ensign of peace, and make a proclamation for peace unto the  ends of the earth: and make proposals for peace unto those  who have smitten you, according to the voice of the Spirit which  is in you; and all things shall work together for your good; and be  faithful: and behold, and lo, I am with you even unto the end,  even so; Amen. [p. 100]
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, MO, 22 June 1834; in Revelation Book 2, pp. 97–100; handwriting of Oliver Cowdery

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