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Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1835, by J. S. and C. Adams, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of Massa
No man knoweth the Son but the Father.'
His person unique--Not understood by his disciples till
after his ascension. I. The complexity of his person.
II. Object of his advent-Evinced the divine existence
-Embodied the Divine spirituality-But, chiefly, rep-
resented the Divine character. III. Mode of manifes-
tation-By sensible representation-Affirming that all
he did was only in fulfilment of the Father's commis-
sion-Ascending the cross--Saving the outcast-Iden-
tifying his interest with ours-Sending salvation to
Jerusalem-Giving his own Spirit to his disciples,
Interceding--Personally-Allowing us to plead his
name-Engaging himself to answer prayer-Object of
the whole to demonstrate that "God is love;' and to
make us the heirs of that love.
Satan the prince of devils--Numbers of his agents—His
apostacy, and ruin of man-His power on earth, a