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Thine eyes shall see the King in His beauty; they shall behold a land that reacheth afar. Is. 33: 17.
Blessed who the King of Heaven in His beauty thus behold, And beneath His throne rejoicing see the universe unfold. Sun and moon and stars and planets, radiant in His light unrolled. — Cardinal Damiani.
J^=\HE true King in his beauty is the King of Kings W-^ and the Lord of Lords ; the true land that is afar off is the land of the heavenly Canaan with its unbroken peace, its undimmed light, and its uninterrupted joy. The believer is permitted at times to look out on that goodly land. Just as the spies brought back from the land of Canaan the rich clusters of Eschol, indicative of the richness of the land, so the abundant fruits of Paradise are now in precious promises, and one day will be in blessed realizations. The believer has much in possession, but he has vastly more in prospect. He stands at times as Moses stood and looks out on the magnificent prospect whose glories blind the gaze, whose beauties intoxicate the soul, and whose blessedness no language can describe. But unlike Moses he will cross the river and enter the goodly land. May that happy realization be ours through our Lord Jesus Christ!
As for me, I shall behold Thy face in righteousness; I shall be satisfied, when I awake with beholding Thy form. Amen. Ps. 17: 15. I Tim. i: 17.
)6 ROYAL MESSAGES 9Which things angels desire to look into. I Peter i: 12.
Yet there be vast and dim dominions, Oceans without a shore, Which not the boldest angel pinions Have ventured to explore; And there be mjsteries fathomless Wrought in a flame of fire. Whereat the cherubim may guess But have not dared inquire. — T. E. Hankinson.
DO angel in heaven has yet exhausted the knowledge which God can impart, and the glories which his character suggests and illustrates. Right views of His character and His work, are the sum and essence, the heart and crown, of the Christian religion. The man who has a profound knowledge of Jesus Christ possesses all that is really essential to his welfare in time, and his blessedness in eternity. Whatever a man may know of the learning of
earth, if he be ignorant of Jesus Christ, he is ignorant indeed. Though he be skilled in science, if he knows not the science of salvation he is pitifully blind and ignorant. He may know all the other characters of history, but if he knows not Jesus Christ, he has never known true excellence in character, purity in heart, and divinity in humanity. The school of Jesus Christ is the noblest of all universities.
Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord! Jesus Christ, who hath blessed us with every spiritual blessing in the heavenly places in Christ. Amen. Eph. i: 3.
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