Revelation, March 1829 [D&C 5]

pages & then shalt thou stop for a season even untill  I command thee again. then thou mayest translate & excep  thou do this Behold thou shalt have no more gift & I will  take away the things which I have entrusted with thee &  now because I foresee the lieing in wait to destroy  thee yea I foresee that if my Servant humbleth not  himself & receive a witness from my hand that he will  fall into transgression & there are many that lie in wait  to destroy thee off the face of the Earth & for this cause  that thy Days may be prolounged I have given unto you  these Commandments Yea for this Cause have I said  stop & stand still untill I Command thee & I will pro vide means whereby thou mayest Accomplish the  thing I have Commanded thee & if thou art faithful  in Keeping my Commandments ye shall be lifted  up at the last Day [p. 3]
Revelation, Harmony, PA, Mar. 1829; handwriting of Oliver Cowdery; three pages; Newel K. Whitney Papers, BYU. Includes Newel K. Whitney endorsement.