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The nature of this belief , and the happy fruits of it , have been already explained .
Whether Thomas understood our LORD's answer to his question at this time is
uncertain , but he did after . wards without doubt . It teaches us that the only way ...
senses . was , in his nature , invisible to mórtat eyes , visible to the This was
effected by the union of the Divine WORD ' with human nature . " God , as'a Spirit
, was still unseen ; but the Messiah shewed him forth to the world , so that men
Of this glory we can form no perfect idea , any more than we can of the union of
the Divine and human natures ; but from ... was really one with God , and neither
a separate Drity , nor a Creature , took our nature upon bim , and dwelt on earth .
that his Divine nature was withdrawn ; but only that his Divine and human natures
, though united , were distinct ; so that each retained its separate Faculties the
soul subordinate to the Divine Nature , as the body to the soul the inferior nature
Human nature had fallen too low to be capable of raising itself ; it could not
regain its primitive innocence , and was still less capable of raising itself so high
as to mingle with Angels . Heaven must either have been covered from our view
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