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Vision, 16 February 1832 [D&C 76]

and some of Isaiah some of Enoch but received not the gospel neither the testamony of Jesus neither the prophets neither the everlasting covenants last of all these all are they who will not be gathered with the saints to be caught up unto the church of the first born and received into into the cloud these are they who are liars and sorseres sorcerers and adulterers and whoremongers and whosoever loveth and maketh a lie58

See Revelation 21:8; and Revelation, 30 Aug. 1831 [D&C 63:17].  


these are they who suffer the wrath of God on the earth these are they who suffer the vengence of eternal fire59

See Jude 1:7.  


these are they who are cast down to hill hell and suffer the wrath of Almighty God untill the fulness of times when christ shall have subdued all enemies under his feet and shall have perfected his work when he shall deliver up the Kingdom60

See 1 Corinthians 15:24.  


and present it unto the father spotless saying I have overcome and have troden the winepress alone61

See Isaiah 63:3.  


even the winepress of the fierceness of the wrath of Almighty God62

See Revelation 19:15.  


then shall he be crowned with the crown of his glory to sit on the throne of his power to reign for ever and ever, but behold and lo we saw the glory of the Telestial

The lowest of three kingdoms, or degrees, of glory in the afterlife; symbolically represented by the stars. According to JS and Sidney Rigdon’s account of a 16 February 1832 vision, those “who received not the gospel of Christ, neither the testimony of Jesus...

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world that they were in number as innumerable as the stars in the firmament of heaven, or as the sand upon the sea shore and herd the voice of the Lord saying these all shall bow the knee and evry tongue shall confess to him who sitteth upon the throne for ever and ever63

See Romans 14:11; and Book of Mormon, 1830 ed., 214 [Mosiah 27:31].  


for they shall be judged according to there works and every man shall receive according to his own works and his own dominion in the mansions which are prepared,64

See Revelation, 7 Aug. 1831 [D&C 59:2]; and Revelation, 4 Dec. 1831–A [D&C 72:4].  


they shall be servants of the most high but where God and christ dwels they cannot come worlds without end this is the end of the vision which we saw which we were commanded to write while we were yet in the spirit, [p. 9]
and some of Isaiah some of Enoch but received not the  gospel neither the testamony of Jesus neither the prophets  neither the everlasting covenants last of all these <all> are  they who will not be gathered with the saints to be caught  up unto the church of the first born and received into  into the cloud these are they who are liars and sorseres [sorcerers]  and adulterers and whoremongers and whosoever loveth  and maketh a lie58

See Revelation 21:8; and Revelation, 30 Aug. 1831 [D&C 63:17].  


these are they who suffer the wrath of  God on the earth these are they who suffer the vengence  of eternal fire59

See Jude 1:7.  


these are they who are cast down to  hill [hell] and suffer the wrath of Almighty God untill  the fulness of times when christ shall have subdued  all enemies under his feet and shall have perfected  his work when he shall deliver up the Kingdom60

See 1 Corinthians 15:24.  


 and present it unto the father spotless saying I have  overcome and have troden the winepress alone61

See Isaiah 63:3.  


even  the winepress of the fierceness of the wrath of Alm ighty God62

See Revelation 19:15.  


then shall he be crowned with the crown  of his glory to sit on the throne of his power to reign  for ever and ever, but behold and lo we saw the  glory of the Telestial

The lowest of three kingdoms, or degrees, of glory in the afterlife; symbolically represented by the stars. According to JS and Sidney Rigdon’s account of a 16 February 1832 vision, those “who received not the gospel of Christ, neither the testimony of Jesus...

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world that they were in number  as innumerable as the stars in the firmament of  heaven, or as the sand upon the sea shore and herd  the voice of the Lord saying these all shall bow the  knee and evry tongue shall confess to him who  sitteth upon the throne for ever and ever63

See Romans 14:11; and Book of Mormon, 1830 ed., 214 [Mosiah 27:31].  


for  they shall be judged according to there works and  every man shall receive according to his own works  and his own dominion in the mansions which are  prepared,64

See Revelation, 7 Aug. 1831 [D&C 59:2]; and Revelation, 4 Dec. 1831–A [D&C 72:4].  


they shall be servants of the most high  but where God and christ dwels they cannot come  worlds without end this is the end of the vision  which we saw which we were commanded to  write while we were yet in the spirit, [p. 9]
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