Great Things of the Bible

Great Things of the Bible : Sunday Morning Messages (Classic Reprint)

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The Bible may be likened to a magnificent temple with sixty-six majestic chambers, more glorious than Solomon's temple with its hewn stone, its pillars of cedar, doors of olive and ceilings overlaid with fine gold. This temple was fifteen centuries in building, and the monogram of its Divine Architect is indelibly engraved on each of the eleven hundred eighty-nine chapters which comprise its imposing beams, pillars and panels. The approach to this stately temple is by the tranquil garden of Eden with its gorgeous flowers and lucid streams. Over the antique entrance is written Chambers of Law and Justice. The first of these chambers is an elaborate vestibule to the remaining four. It resembles a long gallery hung with portraits and pictorial scenes of surpassing in terest, such as Paradise and the Flood, the Flaming Cities of the Plain, the Oflerin'g of Isaac, Rebecca at the Well, and the Governor of Egypt weeping on the neck of his brethren. From here we pass to the Chambers of Historic Record, twelve extensive apartments, reaching from Joshua to Esther. These comprise the library of the edifice in which the sins and sacrifices of a thousand years are chronicled. Next is the Gymnasium of the building, or the saints' exercising ground, where Job makes a home run with the odds decidedly against him. Then we enter the Conservatory' Of the Psalms, where the superb orchestra with cymbal, trumpet, psaltery and.
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  • Paperback | 244 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 13mm | 331g
  • Forgotten Books
  • United States
  • English
  • , black & white illustrations
  • 0243263279
  • 9780243263271