All Articles For Vol 29 Issue 08 1/15/1953

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Turning to the prophetic discourse of Isaiah 49:14, 15 we come upon this complaint of Zion, the church, “Zion saith, the Lord hath forsaken me, and my Lord hath forgot­ten me.” As if this were possible! To this complaint of His people, the Lord replies. Says He to Zion, “Can a woman forget her suckling child, that she should not have compassion upon the son of her womb? Yes, they may forget, yet will I not forget thee. Behold, I have engraven thee in the palms of my hand. Thy walls are continually before me.”

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As was stated, the conspiracy was making headway at a rapid rate. Many were with Absalom. In every section of the land the people were streaming to his banner in droves. To the bystander it seemed that the rebellion had the support of the whole nation to a man. At least such was the impression of the messenger. For his report to David was that the “heart of each of Israel is after Absalom.”

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A Common Interpretation of the Significance of Miracles Discussing the miracle as revealed to us in holy writ, we concluded our preceding article by calling attention to the wide and varied character of the mir­acles of holy writ. This varied character of the mir­acles need not surprise us. Sin is characterized by this same widely divergent characteristic.

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Chapter 1: The Law and the Christian (cont’d) Secondly, there are those who in general are known as Antinomians, who would lay all emphasis on justi­fication in Christ. They are afraid that the preach­ing of the law may have the effect of inducing the Christian to seek his salvation in the way of fulfilling the law of God.

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