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But not until all His redeemed are gathered , raised from the dead , baptized into one Body , and received up with Him into glory , will the mystery of godliness be fulfilled . To interpret this last clause , as fulfilled in the ...
He who speaks is “ the Lord of glory ” ; He had for a time laid aside that glory , and taken upon Him the form of a servant ; the great salvation work He came to do was all but done , and He was about to ascend into the glory He had ...
“ The glory which thou gavest me , I have given them . ” Observe the glory He speaks of , is such as He could receive ; and such as He could and did , and will bestow . Now Christ hath a glory which is incommunicable .
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This book is brilliantly written, doctrinally right, and insightful as any book ever proffered on the seventeenth chapter of John. Rainsford's "Our Lord Prays for His Own" is a true masterpiece of devotional and expository literatrue. It is a must read for any serious disciple of Jesus Christ. Volledige review lezen
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