Welcome to New Revelations, the only website in the world, that contains the simple, irrefutable Gospel truth; yet is rejected by almost all people who read these revelations. It contains many prophecies of future events, a restoration of lost knowledge from the past, and current knowledge necessary for our eternal salvation.
Throughout all of history down to this very day, the Gospel has never been accepted as truth, except by a few; while being rejected by the vast majority.
The "Word of the Lord" given to Harry Edgar Baker in 1916, are perhaps the most important words of prophecy and wisdom from God in all of the twentieth century, as well as the most thorough and indisputable defense of the Mormon religion since the time that Joseph Smith received revelation from God. Every word is the truth. They contain many prophecies of the future which have either already occurred, or are going to occur.
They are in complete harmony with all of the Scriptures, as well as every known truth and every irrefutable fact known in the world by the limited knowledge of man. There is nothing written in them which can be refuted by any man, nor is it possible for any man to write anything like it. We challenge anyone to prove otherwise. For these truly are the words of Jesus Christ, whose intelligence far surpasses any man who ever lived on the earth. It is absolutely imperative that all people of all religions should read these revelations, and obtain truth and knowledge necessary for their salvation. Whether they be Mormons, traditional Christians, or of any persuasion. These words are for the everlasting benefit of all, and are a great comfort to the poor and meek of the earth. The Creator loves us all, and is full of compassion. "For man have I created that he might have joy hereafter, even to partake of the joys of eternity, which exceed all imagination of the heart and all calculation of the mind. And I would that he might inherit the powers of endless dominion, and not that he might have misery. And for this cause do I call men to repentance." First Message 7:9.
Harry Baker received these revelations during the first world war to obtain an answer for the many disasters in the world at the time, both natural and man-made. After fasting and praying for many days, he received the First Message which was published in December 1917. The Second Message was received in March, 1918, and published later that October.
As Mr. Baker writes in the Introduction, "There have been so very many afflictions overtaking the nations of the earth in recent years, so many disasters by sea and upon land, of appalling magnitude, and now this the greatest of all the wars of history, that I was induced to seek the word of the Lord, if it might be obtained as in the days of Israel, that Christian people might come to know the will of God, and learn the reason for the increasing severity of His overruling providence."
In the Bible, it says in James 1:5, "If any of you lack wisdom, let him ask of God, that giveth to all men liberally, and upbraideth not; and it shall be given him." Any one who believes in the Bible, should not disagree with that quote. It is plainly written that God will not withhold wisdom from any sincere minded individual, honestly seeking for the truth, for God is no respector of persons.
So now, to all of you who are reading this, we humbly ask you to open your hearts and your minds to the words of your Creator who made you. For the time is running short, the events in the world which have long been prophesied, will soon be upon us.
"You discern that all things upon the face of the earth are in commotion, both in the wars of the elements and in the wars of men, wherefore the signs are plainly manifest unto you. For you know that it was to be in a day of wars and rumors of wars. Wherefore, you know that the time is at hand. Yea, it was to come when many should run to and fro and knowledge should be increased. Wherefore, you know that the time is at hand. And I gave for a sign and a warning unto this present generation, the parable of the fig tree; saying, When his branch is yet tender, and putteth forth leaves, ye know that the summer is nigh; so likewise ye, when he shall see all these things, know that it is near, even at the doors. Verily, I say unto you, this generation shall not pass, (meaning the generation in which these signs should appear), till all these things be fulfilled. Wherefore, you know that the time is at hand."
For it has been truly said that, there are none so blind as those who will not see.
"Time and experience will teach us more and more how easily falsehood gains credence with mankind in general, rather than the truth; but especially in taking into consideration the plan of salvation. The plain simple order of the Gospel of Jesus Christ never has been discerned or acknowledged as the truth, except by a few - among whom were "not many wise men after the flesh, not many mighty, not many noble;" whilst the majority have contented themselves with their own private opinions, or have adopted those of others, according to their address, their philosophy, their formula, their policy, or their fineness may have attracted their attention, or pleased their taste. But, sir, of all the other criterions whereby we may judge of the vanity of these things, one will be always found true, namely, that we will always find such characters glorying in their own wisdom and their own works; whilst the humble Saint gives all the glory to God the Father, and to His Son Jesus Christ, whose yoke is easy and whose burden is light, and who told His disciples that unless they became like little children they could not enter the Kingdom of Heaven." Joseph Smith, History of the Church, Volume 4, page 8.