Adams, George P. - A Key for the Wise
A Key for the Wise
By George P. Adams
When we pass behind the vaille we pass from sorrow and
Strife where we will meet and each other greet in the bloom and viggar of life
this may seem to many strang but tis eternal truth we have got to come again
and enjoy the Days of youth this is the grand secrete that never has been told
unto the wise nor Noble nor Learned of the world but it has been from Heaven
reveald in these the Latter Days unto the meeke and pure in heart as thay may
know his ways this is what all the Prophets saw that livd in Days of Yore all
things would be restord again Exactly as before. Some one may ask the question
as to what will be the cause the answear come so forceibly the very selfsame
Laws this is the grand Establishd Law we may rely upon but if we disregard that
Law well then its goodby John. This is One of the brightest gemes there is
nothing to compare and all the theologans may refute it if thay Dare.
Adams, George Phillips
Copied as close as possible from a xerox copy.
Joel L. Tapley
December 10, 1980
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