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But the word which is still retained , in preference to who or whom , when
referring to the great God of Heaven , whose personality is far different from that
of any of his creatures , and is therefore properly expressed by other terms t .
In this Catalogue we read these words , describing St. John , κηρυξ μεγας
Ουρανοφοίτης , , which may be literally translated , “ The great Herald , or
Messenger , who went to learn in heaven ; " but where , or when , is it said that
the Evangelist ...
but they are not his own ideas from which he writes ; he relates simply , and with
little or no comment of his own , the heavenly visions which he had seen . Even in
those parts of the book , where we should most reasonably expect to meet with ...
disciples ; but the glorified King of Heaven , the Omniscient Visitor of the
Churches , the Omnipotent Judge of mankind . ... events shewn to him in heaven ;
and when he uses explanatory speech , it is in the words of his heavenly
The Representation of the divine Glory in Heaven 95 Sect . II . Ch . v . _The
sealed Book , the Lamb who opens it , and the Praises sung by the heavenly
Choir 115 Sect . III . Ch . vi . 143 . The opening of the first Seal 127 Sect . IV . Ch .
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The Apocalypse: Or Revelation of Saint John, Translated; With Notes ...
John Chappel Woodhouse
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