RIM Chapter 61 verses 6-11

6. For Ye (is a second-person, plural, personal pronoun (nominative), spelled in Old English as “ge”. In Middle English and early Early Modern English, it was used to address an “equal” or “superior” person) Israelite priests of Jehovah are called (commissioned; proclaimed) to be ministers (clergymen; shepherds; pastors) of the  God of this generation of Israel’s […]
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Israel’s people are promised the resources of the Gentiles

6. For Ye (is a second-person, plural, personal pronoun (nominative), spelled in Old English as “ge”. In Middle English and early Early Modern English, it was used to address an “equal” or “superior” person) Israelite priests of Jehovah are called (commissioned; proclaimed) to be ministers (clergymen; shepherds; pastors) of the  God of this generation of Israel’s People. My ministers promise unto all of you the resources (stores; wealth; money; capital) of the Gentiles (nations; non-Israelites). You will feed on (benefit from; enjoy) them  and  with the character of their glory (honor; majesty; splendor), you will change (switch; trade) places.

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7. Instead of a double portion of your (Israel’s ; rank and file Mormon’s) shame (ignominious conditions; vile circumstances) and reproach (disapproval; blame; censure; discredit; criticism; reproof; degradation), Israel’s People (rank and file Mormons)  will  shout for joy (shout in triumph; proclaim in triumph) to deal with them (in response to them; handle them ; reckon with them). On account of this, a double-portion of rejoicing (gladness; glee)  will come to pass (happen to ; befall; come about for) Israel’s society (congregation; association; assembly; alliance. 

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Jehovah is “sick and tired” of Salt Lake’s priesthood authorities parading around the “goods” they have  stolen from the poor.

8. Because  I, Jehovah,  am a friend (lover) of justice,  but I hate (abhor; loathe; detest; abide not; cannot stand; have no stomach for; am sick and tired of) “goods (what has been promised) obtained by force” (robbery; goods (what has been promised) taken from the poor) while at the same time ascribing  (attributing; connecting; accrediting;  associating)  such “robbery” (unashamed swindling; thievery) to my authority and its accompanying  “Truth” coupled with the Everlasting Covenant that Israel’s people have made with Me (Jehovah).   Indeed, Salt Lake’s prophets are clothing (wrapping; enfolding; enveloping) my generation of Israel’s People (rank and file Mormons) in misrepresentation (dissimulation; pretense; fraud; the illusion of piety). 

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9. However, this generation of Israel’s People is known (appreciated; familiar; hoped for; waited for ; envisioned; foreseen; anticipated;  expected) among the Gentiles (the nations; non-Israelites), among their seed (offspring; progeny) as well as within their vital-organs (guts; innards). Salt Lake’s Melchizedek Priesthood authorities have become Israel’s vine-dressers (men who prepare lineages; men who manicure bloodlines) in a very particular (Mormon) way so that Israel’s own seed (children; offspring; descendants; progeny) will wind-up cursing Jehovah .

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“Whiteness” is defined as the appearance (pretense; illusion;  semblance ) of moral purity

10. LDS Priesthood leaders delight in (place ridiculous emphasis upon )  “whiteness” (the “appearance” of moral purity and virtue; “fine-twined linens”; “byssus”; e.g. clothing or covering that symbolizes and suggests moral-purity). Conversely (introduces a statement or idea that reverses one that has just been made or referred to). Conversely (introduces a statement or idea that reverses one that has just been made),  my soul rejoices in my covenant with Jehovah. Today (in this latter-day era) Salt Lake’s  priesthood authorities are dressing (clothing; treating or preparing in a certain way, in particular) the vines (lineages; families, bloodlines) of my generation of Israel’s People (rank and file Mormons) in a phony (fraudulent; pretentious; affected) mantle (garment; cloak; veil; wrap)  of righteousness (quality of being morally right and justified; goodness). They counsel us as high priests. They “put on the regalia” (officiate; mediate; minister) in order to glorify (exalt; promote; vaunt)  themselves  and Salt Lake’s prophets seers and revelators testify of themselves as if they are perfected (complete; finished; exemplary; faultless) tokens (signs; representations) of righteousness because as if in soil, authority (dominion; jurisdiction; rule)  sprouts-forth (begins to emerge) and like a garden, the seeds  (upshots; strength; human power; force; violence) of the Salt Lake’s prophets, seers and revelators are unleashed and spread upon Israel’s People.  Thus, the Lord, Jehovah (God) is beginning (commencing; inaugurating) righteousness (what is right; what ought to be; justice; liberation; felicity piety; virtue) and laudation (a hymn of praise to Jehovah) in plain sight of (in front of; to tell; to proclaim; to celebrate with praise) all the Gentiles (the nations; non-Israelites). 

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