Visions of Moses, June 1830 [Moses 1]

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And the Lord God spake unto Moses saying The Heavens there are many  & they cannot be numbered unto man but they are numbered unto  me for they are mine & as one Earth shall pass away & the Heavens there of even so shall another come And there is no end to my works neither my  words for behold this is my work to my glory to the immortality & the  eternal life of man And now Moses my Son I will speak unto you concer ning this Earth upon which thou standest & thou shalt write the things wh ich I shall speak & in a day when the children of men shall esteem my  words as nought & take many of them from the Book which thou shalt write  behold I will raise up another like unto theee thee & they shall be had  again among the Children of men among even as many as shall believe  These words was spoken unto Moses in the mount the name of which  shall not be known among the Children of men And now they are  also spoken unto you shew them not unto any except them that believe <Amen> [p. [3]]
Visions of Moses, June 1830; handwriting of Oliver Cowdery; in Old Testament Revision 1, pp. 1–3; CCLA.