I saw that it is even so: "From even unto even, shall ye
celebrate your Sabbath." Said the angel: "Take the word of God, read
it, understand, and ye cannot err. Read carefully, and ye shall there find what
even is, and when it is. I asked the angel if the frown of God had been upon His
people for commencing the Sabbath as they had. I was directed back to the first
rise of the Sabbath, and followed the people of God up to this time, but did not
see that the Lord was displeased, or frowned upon them. I inquired why it had
been thus, that at this late day we must change the time of commencing the
Sabbath. Said the angel: "Ye shall understand, but not yet, not yet."
Said the angel: "If light come, and that light is set aside or rejected,
then comes condemnation and the frown of God; but before the light comes, there
is no sin, for there is no light for them to reject." I saw that it was in
the minds of some that the Lord had shown that the Sabbath commenced at six
o'clock, when I had only seen that it commenced at "even," and it was
inferred that even was at six. I saw that the servants of God must draw
together, press together.