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There are discoverable in scriptural prophecy , and generally li . acknowledged
by divines , two advents or comings of our Lord ; 1st , his personal appearance in
the flesh ; 2dly , his progress to *** complete dominion , by the subjection of all ...
+ The modern attempts to amend the translation of the Lord's Prayer , by
substituting " who art in heaven ” for “ which art in heaven , " are , I believe , not
approved by the judicious . rather rather than by such recent and arbitrary
Sunday is called the Lord's Day * ; and we find the same expression used by
Ignatius -t , and other writers of later date . In the early books of Scripture , it is
called the first day of the week , or the first after the Sabbath , & c , but never the
But Irenĉus , in many passages , ascribes this book to “ John the Evangelist , the
disciple of the Lord , —that John who * Euseb . H. E. lib . ii . c . 24 , 25 . + Irenĉus
, lib . v . c . 30. Euseb . H. E. lib . iii . c . 18 . 66 leaned 1 “ leaned on his Lord's ...
1 “ leaned on his Lord's breast at the last supper * . " There are twenty - two
chapters in the book of Revolation , and Irenĉus quotes from thirteen of them ,
producing more than twenty - four passages , some of considerable length . The
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The Apocalypse: Or Revelation of Saint John, Translated; With Notes ...
John Chappel Woodhouse
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