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Curse Upon the Land

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Destruction of inhabitants of land. Judgments of God are upon the inhabitants of the land because of their wickedness: 25 For is not all flesh in my hands that I the Lord God cannot cause that which looketh as the natural course of events unto the natural man unaided by the spirit of Revelation, but which are strong delusion which I the Lord God poured out also upon the Jews before their destruction before the Roman Eagle, in the which I the Lord God brought about their destruction easily, O man, and effortlessly by their delusion and deep sleep as to things which are real, that they perished under the sword, dreaming that their necks were stronger than the steel of the blade as it was brought down upon them, that their God would deliver them? 26 And thus I the Lord God destroyed them, even as I, the Lord God will thee, O man, and O woman, for I the Lord God am the author of life and of death from before the foundation of the world, and was not the flood murder unto thee, O liberal man and woman whom I loath, saith the Lord, for thou hast provoked me, the Lord Thy God as before the flood, with thy haughtiness and wickedness. (The Revelations of Jesus Christ, Section 24) 9 And now, we can behold the decrees of God concerning this land, that it is a land of promise; and whatsoever nation shall possess it shall serve God, or they shall be swept off when the fulness of his wrath shall come upon them. And the fulness of his wrath cometh upon them when they are ripened in iniquity. 10 For behold, this is a land which is choice above all other lands; wherefore he that doth possess it shall serve God or shall be swept off; for it is the everlasting decree of God. 11 And this cometh unto you, O ye Gentiles, that ye may know the decrees of God--that ye may repent, and not continue in your iniquities until the fulness come, that ye may not bring down the fulness of the wrath of God upon you as the inhabitants of the land have hitherto one.(Ether 2:9-11)

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