shall be opened,
the ears of the deaf shall be unstopped, the tongue of the dumb shall be made
to speak, and the lame man shall leap as a heart [hart]; and his adversaries shall not have power to
withstand his words. Hell shall trem ble because of him, and satan shall
flee from before his face; and he shall be as a roaring lion of the forest,
in the midst of his pray— so shall his hand be in the midst of his
enemies, among those who know not the Lord, but seek the injury of the
righteous: and the hand of his generation shall be lifted up also against
those who are set on high, that fight the God of Israel: fearless and
unda[u]nted shall they be in battle, in
avenging the wrongs of the innocent and relieving the oppressed. Therefore, the
blessings of the God of Jacob shall be upon him to the uttermost, and in
the midst of his house, from generation to generation, forever; and he
shall be lifted up at the last day and shall come up before the Lord like
as <a full> shock of corn, laden with his tens of thousands, as a reward of his labors, with
songs of everlasting joy, with hozannahs upon his lips, to God and to the
Lamb, to go no more out. Amen.
, Clerk and Recorder.
Ohio, December 18th, 1833, and recorded
September 28th, 1835.