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Manuscript Releases, vol. 8 [Nos. 526-663], Page 348

crucified Him, will be among those who will be raised from the dead to behold His coming in the clouds of heaven, attended by the heavenly host—ten thousand times ten thousand, and thousands of thousands.—Manuscript 159, 1903, 5. (“A Message to Leading Physicians,” September 4, 1903.)

The Son of man will come in the clouds of heaven in his own glory and the glory of His Father, and of all the holy angels. There will be no lack of honor and glory. In that day the law of God is to be revealed in its majesty, and man, who has broken that law and stood in defiant rebellion against its holy precepts, will understand that that law which he has despised, discarded and trampled under foot is God's standard of character.—Manuscript 39, 1898, 6. (“The Day of Reckoning,” November 22, 1898.)

The trump of God will be heard resounding through earth's remotest bounds, and the voice of Jesus will call forth the dead from their graves to immortal life.—Letter 2, 1874, p. 5. (To J. N. Loughborough, August 24, 1874.)

The just ... shall come forth from all parts of the earth, from rocky caverns, from dungeons, from caves of the earth, from the waters of the deep—not one is overlooked.—Letter 113, 1886, p. 4. (To Edson and Emma White, July 11, 1886.)

Released June 21, 1978.

MR No. 622—In Manuscript Release No. 1230

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