Revelation, April 1829–A [D&C 6]

sed are ye, for they can do no more unto you than  unto me; and if they do unto you, even as they have  done unto me, blessed are ye, for you shall dwell  with me in glory: but if they reject not my words,  which shall be established by the testimony which  shall be given, blessed are they; and then shall ye  have joy in the fruit of your labors.
15 Verily, verily I say unto you, as I said unto  my disciples, where two or three are gathered togeth er in my name, as touching one thing, behold there  will I be in the midst of them: even so am I in the  midst of you. Fear not to do good my sons, for  whatsoever ye sow, that shall ye also reap: there fore, if ye sow good, ye shall also reap good for your  reward:
16 Therefore fear not little flock, do good, let earth  and hell combine against you, for if ye are built up on my Rock, they cannot prevail. Behold I do not  condemn you, go your ways and sin no more: per form with soberness the work which I have com manded you: look unto me in every thought, doubt  not, fear not: behold the wounds which pierced my  side, and also the prints of the nails in my hands  and feet: be faithful; keep my commandments, and  ye shall inherit the kingdom of heaven: Amen. [p. 17]
Revelation, Harmony, PA, April 1829; in Book of Commandments, pp. 14–17.