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The kingdom of God is not advanced by crusades ; nor is the sword of man
employed successfully to seat the Messiah on his throne . To obtain his destined
dominion , Christ must reign in the hearts and consciences of his farextended
He is described as sitting on the throne of his Father's glory , “ in the midst ” of that
throne , far beyond the cherubim , far above all principalities and powers ; and all
the heavenly inhabitants are described as falling prostrate before him , as to ...
But this cannot be thus interpreted ; because the Seven Spirits stand before the
throne , but Christ has his seat upon it , and in the midst of it . And , indeed ,
reasons may be assigned , why Christ is mentioned after the Seven Spirits . They
In page 197 , the Author says ; " How tle Apocalypse was understood , after
Christianity bad ascended the imperial throne in the personi of Constantine , is
unknown . ” Answer . - Were not the commentaries on the Apocalypse by
The Sealing of the 144,000 , aud the Presentation of the palm - bearing multitude
before the Throne 175 PART III . , divided into seven Sections , contains the
opening of the seventh Seal , and the six first Trumpets , and the Prophetic ...
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The Apocalypse: Or Revelation of Saint John, Translated; With Notes ...
John Chappel Woodhouse
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