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Restitution of all things.

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        LC Classifications1875
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        Paginationxvi, 93 p. :
        Number of Pages59
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        ISBN 10nodata

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17 "all kindreds of the earth shall be blessed. And if this nature can be slain and changed in us, why not in Satan and the fallen angels?

What is this but the very truth of the first-born serving the later-born?

Part 16: The Restitution of All Things

in the former of which God is always Elohim, in the latter Jehovah Elohim, refers to One who is working through periods of labour to change a ruined world, until His image is seen ruling it; a title not lost when the day of rest is reached, but to which another name, shewing what God is in Himself, is then added. I was merely representing what it seems to me is the common idea - as wrong as it is. Dwell upon the great testing truths for this time, not upon matters that have no bearing upon our work.or "the first resurrection.

Many things have been hid in Scripture for ages.

Restitution Of All Things Sermon by Prophetess Jodi Lynn, Acts 3:19

Who can tell how much harder this death may be to those, who, having gone hence, have not the burden of "this vile body" to humble the pride of that fallen spirit, which, while unbroken, is hell, and which must die in us if we would reach God's rest.

The passage which we are considering begins with this, man's duty to his neighbour, and the peril of offending a little one. Never said God made or condones sin, athough I do beleive a little different then other Universalsits.