Arcana of Christianity; An Unfolding of the Celestial Sense of the Divine Word, Through T. L. Harris. Vol. I, PT. I, [Iii]

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General Books LLC, 2009 - 338 pages
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This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1867. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... 770. "From my God," signifies, that the new harmony even in its minutest points, must be directed by the breath of Deity. There is left no crevice for the intrusion of self. Man accepts, in open breathing freedom, God's will for his will. The result is that discord is impossible, the Infinite Intelligence evolving every unit of the race into its own orbit, and affording to each ample room and verge for the due perfection of every faculty; the unfolding of the germinal soul into a glorious flower of virtue and intelligence. "I will write upon him my new name," signifies here, the whole series of directions necessary for the life-employment, which are inscribed by the Divine breath within the new man. Chap. Hi. 13.--" He That Hath An Eae, Let Him Heae What The Spirit Saith Unto The Churches." 771. The solidarity of man in the new harmony is the topic involved in this. The breaths distribute the employments. The perfection of the individual requires relations, first to the soil; second, to the natural kingdom; third, to culture; fourth, to the filial series; fifth, to the conjugial series; sixth, to the parental series; and seventh, to the series of series above. The crushing system of modern society subjugates the human unit to the ferocious demands of any class of petty tyrants, and is oblivious to the requisitions of the living soul. Men are grouped in series already, though in an inversive order, and involving lust, hatred, malice, guile, robbery, and war. Rulers constitute one series, but an inversive one. Francis Joseph, Napoleon, Alexander II., Victor Emmanuel, the Sultan of Turkey, are neighbours, all engaged in seeking to outwit and circumvent each other. The Pope of Rome, the Patriarch of Constantinople, the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Sheikh el Islam, ...

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