Monthly Archives: December 2015

How can this be?

‘How shall this be, since I know not a man?’ meant that she had the intention, though betrothed, of remaining a virgin. Continue reading

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Keep Silence

For human society does not permit the intellect to perceive either its own faults or the wiles of the demons, so as to guard itself against them. Continue reading

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On The Right of The Altar

The first, the altar of burnt offerings….it signified the fleshly-minded worshippers of the old covenant. Continue reading

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He is present

For think not that because He is now absent in the flesh, He is therefore absent also in the Spirit. He is here present in the midst of us, listening to what is said of Him, and beholding thine inward thoughts, and trying the reins and hearts; Continue reading

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