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New Revelation Concerning Sunstonians

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The Revelations of Jesus Christ

Revelation to Sunstonians

Received November 12, 2012, Baja, California, Mexico

Thus saith the Lord unto them who are known among men as Sunstonians, yea even those who embrace the precepts of men, which are anti-Christ, who teach there is no Christ, who say who is the Lord that we should fear him for is this not the effect of a frenzied mind, and a myth?  Yea who is the Lord who spake anciently to the fathers through the medium of mine anointed, the Prophets of Jacob, where is he now?  For we have not seen nor heard him in lo these many years and our time is it not modern, for times, do they not change?  And do we not imagine unto ourselves a god who is as clay, wood and stone who is mute and who no longer speaks as anciently? For now we have the precepts of men, which is the modern way. For we, have we not freed ourselves from delusion of our fathers concerning that path walked anciently, yea, even the straight and narrow way which leadeth to the redemption of Zion, but in which we no longer believe?  For we have found the better way, that of science and rational thought, even Darwinism as the explanation of our being, from them who also have died as men, and who have seen and heard nothing concerning the Lord, and why is it that ye imagine this to be the truth?  For this I have I not raised up my servant unto thee as anciently to turn thee from ungodliness and did I not catch him up unto me to behold my glory as anciently? And this that I may prove unto you that I am the same, yesterday, today and forever, even the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.  Yea, did I not cause it to be written, and how beautiful upon the mountains are the feet of him who bringeth good tidings...

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