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The Law of Abraham

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Revelation on Law of Abraham: The Revelations of Jesus Christ Revelation to polygamists, received May 26, 2010 , Baja, Mexico The OMS is here. No one is authorized to take more than one wife unless the Lord (through his anointed, and there is never but one on the earth at a time, saith the Lord) says otherwise. (See D&C 132:7). Rebellion against my Holy Order in these things is wickedness and sectarianism which, saith the Lord, shall be requited upon their own heads for stealing from the heir his righteous perogative in the Priesthood. No one taketh this honor, saith the Lord, unto himself except he is called and ordained as was Moses. This law (the law of Abraham) hath not been abrogated or done away by the wickedness, foolishness and rebellion of the children of men in their ignorance, in the least degree. Therefore enter in at the gate and seek not to climb up some other way than that of the medium of mine anointed who is the gate. For have I not also said, Seek ye first the Kingdom of God and its righteousness, and all these things shall be added unto you, but in their proper order? For except ye do this, where I am ye cannot come. For the angels and the gods are appointed in the path, by whom ye shall not pass. Even so my House is a house of order and not confusion. Shall I allow in heaven that confusion of tongues which is below? For many would trample even the Lord God of Israel if it were in their power. Even so. Amen. "Gave instructions to try those persons who were preaching, teaching, or practicing the doctrine of plurality of wives; for, according to the law, I hold the keys of this power in the last days; for there is never but one on earth at a time on whom the power and its keys are conferred; and I have constantly said no man shall have but one wife at a time, unless the Lord directs otherwise." (Oct. 5, 1843.) Joseph Smith The law and the blessings attached to this law are discussed in detail.

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