Revelation, 3 November 1831 [D&C 133]

unto the Children of Ephraim my servents & the boundaries  of the everlasting hills shall trembl at their presence & these  shall thy fall down & be crowned with glory even in  Zion by the hands of the Servents of the Lord even the child ren of Ephraim & they shall be filled with songs of everla sting Joy behold this is the blessing of the everlasting God  upon the heads of the tribes of Israel & the richer blessing  upon the head of Ephraim & his fellows & they also on [of] the  tribe of Judah after their pain shall be Sanctified in  holiness before the Lord to dwell in his presenc[e] day & night  forever & ever & now verily saith the Lord that these things  might be known among you oh inhabitants of the  Earth I have sent forth mine Angel flying throug[h] the  midst of heaven having the everlasting Gospel who hath  appeared unto some & hath committed it unto man who shall  appear unto many that dwell on the Earth & this gospel  shall be preached unto every Nation & kindred & tongue &  People & the Servents of God shall go forth saying with a loud  voice fear God & give glory to him for the hour of his Judgement  is come & worship him that made Heaven & earth & the Sea  & the fountain of waters calling upon the Lord day & night  saying oh that thou wouldst rend the heavens that thou  wouldest come down that the mountains would flow  down at thy presence & it shall be answered upon  their heads for the presence of the Lord shall be as the  melting fire that burneth & as the fire that causeth the  waters to boil oh Lord thou shalt come down to make  known thy name to thine advisary & all nations shall  trembl at thy presence when thou doeth terabl things  things that they look not for yea when thou comest down  & the Mountains flow down at thy presenc[e] thou shalt  meet him that rejoiceth & worketh righteousness who remember  thee in thy ways for sinc[e] the begining of the world have not  man heard nor perceived by the Ear neither hath the eye seen  O God besides thee how great things thou prepared for him that  waiteth for thee & [it] shall be said who is this that cometh [p. 118]
During the first half of November 1831, JS held a series of conference meetings in Hiram, Ohio, at which the primary business was planning the publication of a compilation of revelations. On 3 November 1831, the day after the first meetings concluded, JS dictated the book’s appendix. This revelation was intended to be the concluding revelation of the Book of Commandments, but the printing office’s destruction by an anti-Mormon mob in July 1833 precluded the text’s publication at that time.
The appendix elaborated on a number of biblical prophecies and invoked a variety of biblical phrases. It reviewed end-time events and highlighted their significance for the church and the world at large.
John Whitmer copied this text into Revelation Book 1, where it is designated “72 Revelation recd Nov 3, 1831.” Sidney Rigdon also produced a copy of this document sometime in November 1831. The 1835 Doctrine and Covenants included this revelation as the appendix or concluding revelation without indicating date or location.