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Divine Plan of Ages

Divine Plan of Ages

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STUDIESIN THESCRIPTURES
"The Path of the Just is as the Shining Light,Which Shineth More and MoreUnto the Perfect Day."
SERIES I
The Plan of the Ages
A Vindication of the Divine Character and Government:Showing, by a Recognition and Harmonizingof all the Scriptures, that the Permission of Evil, Past and Present, is Educational and Preparatoryto the Ushering of Mankind IntoTHE GOLDEN AGE OF PROPHECYIn Which All the Families of the Earth WillBe Blessed with a Full Knowledge of God and aFull Opportunity for Attaining Everlasting LifeThrough the Redeemer, Who Then Will Be theGreat Restorer and Life-Giver.
 Acts 3:19-21
 
To the King of Kings and Lord of Lords
IN THE INTEREST OF
HIS CONSECRATED SAINTS,
WAITING FOR THE ADOPTION,--AND OF--
"ALL THAT IN EVERY PLACE CALL UPON THE LORD,""THE HOUSEHOLD OF FAITH,"
--AND OF--
THE GROANING CREATION, TRAVAILING AND WAITING FOR THEMANIFESTATION OF THE SONS OF GOD,
THIS WORK IS DEDICATED.
"To make all see what is the fellowship of the mystery which from the beginningof the world hath been hid in God." "Wherein He hath abounded towardus in all wisdom and prudence, having made known unto us themystery of His will, according to His good pleasure whichHe hath purposed in Himself; that in the dispensationof the fulness of the times Hemight gather together in one allthings, under Christ."
 Eph. 3:4,5,9;1:8-10
Written in 1886 by Pastor Russell
 
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The Divine Plan of the Ages
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THE AUTHOR and the publishers desire to publicly acknowledgethe favor of God which has permitted them tobe identified with the circulation of this Volume, and withthe results--light, joy, peace, fellowship with God, to manyhungry, thirsty, bewildered souls. The first edition in itspresent form was issued in 1886. Since then, one edition hasfollowed another in rapid succession and in twenty differentlanguages, until now there are nearly five million copiesof it in the hands of the people all the world over.We cannot hope that these books have all been read; butletters continually coming to hand assure us that they areworking powerfully in the hearts and minds of people everywhere.Thousands write us that they have been influenced--some who totally disbelieved in the Bible as a DivineRevelation to mankind. Others write that they havebeen atheists or approximately so, because they had notpreviously known the true God and His true Plan of theAges, and were unable to accept, appreciate or worship thecharacters usually held before them in the creeds.For above five years preceding the first publication of this Volume, we had substantially the same matter in printunder another name and differently presented. That book was entitled "Food for Thinking Christians." Its style wasdifferent in that it first of all attacked the error--demolishedit; and then, in its place, erected the fabric of Truth. We finallylearned that this was not the best way--that some becamealarmed as they saw their errors falling, and failed toread far enough to get a glimpse of the beautiful structureof Truth in place of the demolished errors.
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The present Volume was written from the reverse standpoint.It presents the Truth, shows its strength and beauty,and then suggests the removal of the error, as not only unnecessary,but absolutely useless and very injurious. Thusthe reader of the DIVINE PLAN OF THE AGES at eachstep finds a strengthening of faith and a greater nearnessto the Lord, and therefore a confidence that he is in theright way. After seeing the Truth, the errors are moreand more seen to be absurd, worthless, injurious, and are

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