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IN THKIR RELATION TO THE
AS APPOINTED OP GOD TO COMMEMORATE
Great to Ihe end of the vision under the events of the apostolic
The history of the times thus referred to represents the fulfil-
Gerizim forms the long western boundary of the beautiful plain of
When purposing to illustrate the text of Ezekiel by reference to
Such is a brief history of the several stages through which the
IN ITS RELATION TO THE TYPICALLY DISTINCTIVE SITES THEREIN PROPHETI-
Had they regarded Ezekiel's vision as a divine command respect-
So in this case it might have made no difference to them about
Yet so fai* am I from slighting the evidence of the New Testa-
The imagery of Ezekiel's visions respecting the temple and the
God and his people was that of a typical instruction unto spiritual
That the investigation of the true meaning of these last eight
The movmtain of the Lord's house is thus made a vision of typical
Jewish prophecy in its description of the characteristics and the
The very great valley between typifies the very extensive influence
But whatever Kadesh is taken as a starting place for the
The Jews have nothing but traditional prejudice to set against
The fifty cubits being measured up to the boundary wall of the
The " arches of twenty-five cubits long by five cubits liroad."
The ninety cubits of length have reference to the whole interior
" The breadth of the face of the house and of the separate j)lace
I have therefore (in accordance with this description of the sepa-
The chief obsei'vation remaining to be made is to shew that the
The seventy weeks of this prophecy may also be interpreted to
Such is an essential feature of typical prophecy. Though the
Jew and Gentile in the fulness of the prediction (though spirit-
For the spiritual teaching of the " everlasting gospel" represents
By this is meant the kingdom as restored to Israel by the gift of
Hence the importance of attending to the late Professors Lee's
Jewish history whensoever responding to the typical characteiistics
Babylon which fell upon the blinded of Israel at the destruction of
FOR BELIEVING IN
FOR THESE MARK THE RELATION OF
For we have scripturally no record of any other intelligent beings
Hence we may learn to appreciate the true meaning of our
Why should we not suppose that our first parents fell under tempta-
Abraham (as the promised seed of the woman) should be redeemed
The preceding passages of scripture form no sufficient reason for
Both passages make a ra])id transition from considering the elements
Thus the foundation of the world is a phrase of variable import in
For the priests were appointed to be intercessors for the people under
On the latter supposition the temptation will mean that the Devil
The kingdom thus restored to Israel is ever manifesting the glory of
To shadow forth things holier far than these
And foretaste of eternal life in Heaven
Through disobedience. For in this I will
The further comfort of thy thoughtftil speech
Stand they related to this Holy Feast
And truth to bless these musings of the soul
And superstitious trusting to the Law
And rumour speaks of mai^vellous events
Said to have been at the last Pentecost
With livelier faith the future of our hopes
Some seventy anniversaries of this
Reclaiming sinners to the love of God.||
Amongst ourselves might to the Gentile world
Unto the world's regeneration;}:
The restoration to eternal life
The pleading of his spii-it in subjection
56. It is again made the law of eternal life under the gospel dispensa-
The influence of tliis faction was prejudicial to the manifestation
The David of Ezekiel's i^rophecy was the Messiah of the
Dan. viii. But Avith reference to the latter dominion of the little
But this reference to the continued existence of the spirit of the
Second Woe in its typical relation to the ordinance of the sabbatic
The cutting off in this reference will have to be interpreted by
Jewish privileges—and therefore in a qualified sense having the
FORMING A SEQUEL TO
Rev. i. 1-3. This declares positively that the time icas then at
V. 5 : xxii. 10. For the mystery of the seven-sealed book of
The necessity oi" distinguishing between these notices of the
And his voice was as the
God's people Israel might be also a light to lighten the Gentiles
Him. " He that eatoth of this bread shall live for ever."
But it is affirmed that the instruction is of spiritual discernment
THYxVTlRA. The etymolo;*'y of this word has respect to
The sacrifices of God are a broken
31. This illustrates Dan. ix. 26, 27 : and 2 Thes. ii. 1-14. The
21: illustrating Luke xvi. 31). Blessed is he that watcheth, and
Seventh Vial. This consummated the vision of the seventh
(Ezra iii.) and the following Passover in its typical relation to
Michael of Israel's national and personal resurrection unto eternal
For this symbolism characterises tfee relation of Israel to Egypt
Between these two mountains was the typical valley of
The latter-day application ofthe typical and prophetic symbolism
15: xxvii. 9, 10: Jerem. xviii: xix. 11
The revival of the locusts in the latter-days of the typical king-
Acts i. 6-9
His second advent l^y the forty years' day of grace above referred
'% ^ G K
The abbreviation c for a-r (whicli occupied the place of the digamma)
C. F. JULIANUS C^SAR. ATHEUS
Him whom they had pierced afresh in the blindness of their self-
The explanation of the fish-emblem is in the letters of the word
The view taken iii these Tracts respecting the object of the Apo-
These promises they interpreted as sufficient ground for believing
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THE OBLATION AND TEMPLE OF EZEKIEL'S PROPHETIC VISIONS

THE OBLATION AND TEMPLE OF EZEKIEL'S PROPHETIC VISIONS

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