Revelation, circa 7 March 1831 [D&C 45]

The most high God & the glory of the Lord shall be  there & the terer of the Lord also shall be there insomuch  that the wicked will not come unto it & it shall be called  Zion & it shall come to pass among the wicked that  evry man that will not take his sword against his  Neighbour must needs flee unto Zion for safety &  there shall be getherd unto it out of evry Nation under  Heaven & it shall be the only people that shall not be  at war one with another & it shall be said among the  wicked let us not go up to battle against Zion for  the inhabitants of Zion are terible wherefore we cannot  stand & it shall come to pass that the righteous shall  be gethered out from among all Nations & shall come  to Zion singing with songs of everlasting Joy & now  I say unto you keep these things from going abroad  unto the world that ye may accomplish this work in  the eyes of the people & in the eyes of your enemies  that they may not know your works untill ye have  accomplished the thing which I have commanded you  that when they shall know it it may be terible unto  them that fear may sieze upon them & they shall  stand afar off & tremble & all nations shall be afraid  because of the teror of the lord & the power of his might  even so amen [p. 76]
Revelation, Kirtland, OH, ca. 7 Mar. 1831; handwriting of John Whitmer; in Revelation Book 1, pp. 71–76; CHL.