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" ... extinguish it. The reason is, that man after death can no longer be reformed by instruction, as in the world ; because the ultimate plane, which consists of natural knowledges and affections, is then quiescent, and cannot be opened, because it is... "
The pleasures of religion and other poems - Page 131
by Oliver Prescott Hiller - 1856 - 136 pages
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The Intellectual repository for the New Church. (July/Sept. 1817 ...

New Church gen. confer - 1863
...quiescent, and cannot be opened, because it is not spiritual; and yet upon that plane the interiors of tbe mind rest, as a house on its foundation. Hence it...eternity such as his life had been in the world."* This is more fully explained in another place, as follows : — " So long as man lives in the world,...
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Gems from the Writings of Swedenborg

Emanuel Swedenborg, T. O. Prescott - Spiritual life - 1852 - 360 pages
...quiescent, and cannot be opened, because it is not spiritual ; and yet upon that plane the interiors of a mind rest, as a house on its foundation : hence it is, that man remains to eternity, such as the life of his love had been in the world. Punishments. Punishments in the world of spirits are manifold,...
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The Pleasures of Religion: A Poem : in Two Parts. With Other Poems

Oliver Prescott Hiller - Religious poetry - 1856 - 136 pages
...generally observed that, even under good preaching, the attention of a congregation begins to flag. 3 Line 414. Beyond the grave, alas! hope cannot range. "...the world." — Treatise on Heaven and Hell, n. 480. Lines 427, 429. The drama's art.— The grace/id dance. The drama, in itself considered, is a highly...
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