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feet, that it is I myself, Handle me and see, for a spirit hath not flesh and bones as ye see me have."
Second :His blood was shed for those who have lost their bodies, and made agreement with death, and have sought for the preserving of their souls, lest the second death should have power over their souls, till the final resurrection.
And his body was sown in the earth, to raise up seed to the dead, that their corruptible bodies might put on incorruption, and live, and have life; which was proved at Jerusalem, (Matt. 27th chap. 52nd ver.) When the graves were opened, and many bodies of the saints which slept, rose, and came out of their graves, and went into the holy city, and appeared
And by himself also, wben he appeared with a Spiritual body to the woman. John, 20th chap. 17th ver. and said, “Touch me not; for I am not yet ascended."
Third :-His blood was shed for the wicked, who have lost both soul and body, that their corruptible bodies might pat on incorruption, at the final resurrection.
If the dead put not on incorruptible bodies, the blood of the woman's seed was shed in vain, and the scriptures proved false; and as none put on incorruption by the blood of animals, it is evident that the blood of animals profited the dead nothing, but prepared them while they were living for the remission of their sins. Lev. 9 chap. 24 ver.---"And there came a fire out from before the Lord, and consumed upon the altar the offering." Which proved that their sins were forgiven, that the blood of the woman's seed might profit them, by raising up a seed to the dead, and giving them incorruptible bodies, and making them as the angels.
If the mortal put not on immortality, then will the body of the woman's seed being offered, be in vain, and the scriptures false; but the resurrection of his body proves to the living, that it was not offered in vain, but that they will put on immortality, and have life eternal, within the third day---the three days which his body laid in the sepulcbre, standing typical of the three generations. Else, how would his body be bread to the living, if they receive not life, for the life of the fall is mortal, but the life which he gives is immortal, and is eternal; it is as the teil tree, the substance of whose seed is in itself. Isaiah, 6th chap 13th ver.
So it was brought to life by the promise which was promised unto Judah, and as they refused this Spirit, I refused them the temporal sceptre ; I took it from them, and squandered them into all nations, and gave it unto the Gentiles, till their fulness. I will now set my hand a second time, and
send the deliverer out of Zion, and give the fulness of my Spirit to all those that ask, and it shall write my Law on their hearts and in their minds, and teach them again according to the law to circumcise the flesh of their foreskin, as a mark of the covenant of the promise of Jacob to Judah, that they should have the spiritual sceptre, and it should reign in Zion, and turn away ungodliness from Jacob.
Revelation. 2 chap. 26 & 27 vers. “He that overcometh and keepeth my works unto the end, to him will I give power over the nations."
3 chap. 21 ver. “To bim that overcometh will I grant to sit with me in my throne, even as I also overcame, and am set down with my father in his throne."
Luke. 19 cbap. 17 ver. “And he said unto him, Well, thou good servant; Because thou hast been faithful in a very little, have thou authority over ten cities."
Man lives by the life of the fall, and is overshadowed by the Spirit of life: but the life which I have promised, I liken to the magnet: when the magnet overshadoweth the iron, it draweth it; but wben it resteth on it, it lifteth it up. When my Spirit overshadoweth man, the more he seeks unto it, the more it draweth him to do my will, till the fulness of times. But when it resteth on bim, he declares the things which he heareth from heaven, and the things which he seeth; and he prophesieth according to my Spirit from beaven, and not according to man, and I will make the life of the fall into flesh, and quicken it by my Spirit that resteth on bim; and I will make him like the woman's seed, and dwell in bim, and be the life of his temple.
If I declare earthly things, yet will the world not believe till they have seen it fulfilled; and if I declare heavenly things, yet will they not believe till they see the brides enter into the bridechamber, and mortal put on immortality, and themselves shut out; then they will cry to the rocks and mountains fall on us, and hide us from the presence of him that judgeth us. And through fear, many will flee into the rocks, dens, caves, and hiding places, and afterwards shall come out with their wives, and their children, and shall seek me to be called after my name, that I may reprieve their lives, and their lives shall be reprieved; these are the nations that shall escape, and Satan shall reign no more over them for a thousand years, but I the Lord in the redeemed will reign over them, and they shall serve us, the Bride and Bridegroom of heaven and of earth.” Taken from the mouth of John Wroe by seven different witnesses.
EXPLANATION. (a) Matt. 26 chap. 40 ver.--Wbat, could ye not watch witb me one bour?"
Exodus, 31 chap. 14 ver. “Ye sball 1
keep the sabbath therefore, for it is
boly unto you. Every one that defileth Thou shalt not it shall surely be put to death, for wholabour in the sab- soever doeth any work therein, that bath hour. (a)
soul shall be cut off from amongst his people."
Lev. 23 chap. 30 ver. “And whatsoever soul it be that doeth any work in that same day, he shall be cut off from amongst his people."
(6) Exodus, 35 chap. 3 ver. “Ye Thou shalt not shall kindle no fire throughout your kindle a fire in the habitations, on the sabbath day. sabbath hour. (b) surely be put to death."
15 chap. 35 ver. “ The man shall
Thou shalt not eat any manner of blood. (c)
Lev. 17 chap. 10 ver. “I will even set my face against that soul, that eat. eth blood, and will cut him off from among his people.”
Acts, 15 chap. 29 ver. “ That ye abstain from blood.”
(d) A glutton is a man that strives Thou shalt not continually to eat more and more. be a glutton.(d)
(e) A Drunkard is a man that
makes a continual practice of drinking 5
till it scarcely takes any effect on him. Thou shalt not Deut. 21 chap. 20 & 21 vers. " HR be a drunkard(e) will not obey our voice : he is a glut
ton and a drunkard. And all the men of his city shall stone him with stones that he die."
8 Thou shalt not (g) Exodus, 21 chap. 16 ver, “He steal a human be
that stealeth a man, and selleth him,
or if he be found in his band, he shall ing, either male surely be put to death." or female. (8)
EXPLANATION. il Thou shalt not (i) Lev. 20 chap. 14 ver. “ If a man take a woman &
take a wife, and her mother, they
shall be burnt with fire, both be and her daughter to they." wife. ()
(j) Lev. 20 chap. 15 & 16 vers. If Thou shalt not a man or woman, lie with a beast, be have connexion or she sball surely be put to death, and with an animal. ye shall slay the beast. Exodus, 22
chap. 19 ver. (1)
13 Thou shalt not commit Sodomy. (k)
(k) Lev. 20 chap. 13 ver.
“ If a man lie with mankind as he lietb with a woman, they shall surely be put to death."
(1) A wizard is a man given to un. Thou shalt not lawful arts. (m) A witch is a woman be a wizard. (1) given to the same. Lev. 20 chap. 27 ver.
6 A man 15
also or a woman, that bath a familiar
Spirit, or that is a wizard, sball surely Thou shalt not be put to death." be a witch. (m)
(n) A Soothsayer is one who foreThou shalt not
tells by a familiar spirit, by which the
witch of Endor brought up the spirit of be a soothsayer. Samuel, which spoke unto Saul. Ist (n)
Samuel, 28 chap. 11-19 ver.
(0) Rev. 22 cháp. 15 ver. A Sor17
cerer shall not enter into the city.
Sorcery, is magic, enchantment, Thou shalt not conjuration, witchcraft, or charms. use sorcery. (0)
Lev. 20 chap. 27 ver.