The Western Messenger Volume 3, No. 2

The Western Messenger Volume 3, No. 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1837 edition. Excerpt: ...these words convey to him. Generation of Joann. They seemed to me to mean there was nothing without Nature from God_ ' slum' Josnrn. Nothing ever would have been without God'. Eowuzn B. God made every thing that was and would be. Auoos'ruur. There could be no life without God, for all life comes from God. He is the fountain of life. Wn.Lrn B. God is in every thing. Gnome: K. God was the first thing, then he made things. If he had not been first, there would have been no other things. CanLes. God made every thing, is in every thing, and will continue in every thing to the end., Lucu. There must have been spirit before there was any thing else. There must have been spirit to make the world before there could be any world. idea at Divinity Annnunsn. Every thing was God, first. and Cfealion-WlLLIAM B. Every thing is God, now. Joann. I think all spirits are emblematic of God. Just as images of stone are copies of men' bodies, so the souls of men are copies of God. I mean all good souls. FRANK. I think the body is the shadow of the spirit. LEMUEL. If, as Josiah says, all good spirits are emblems of God, what must bad spirits be the emblems ofl Mn. ALCo'rr. We will not begin on that subject now, Lemuel. It will come bye and bye. Lucu. God must have thought within his mind before any thing could be made, and it was his thought that shaped things. Mn. ALCOTT. Vas his thought the word then'! CnxnLns. First there was God; then he thought, then he spoke the thought in a Vonn; and so there was a Vorld. The following paragraph is an example of an appeal to conscience, and its answer. Spiritual Do you think these emblems could be applied to what passes with-EXlm'e"c' in yourselves; can it be said ofyou that more

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  • Paperback | 32 pages
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  • English
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