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Angelology, remarks and reflections touching the agency and ministration of Holy Angels - G. Clayton (1851)

Angelology-remarks and reflections

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Learn about Angelology – remarks and reflections :

The works of the Lord are great, sought out of all them that have pleasure therein. Psalm cxi. 2. — Invoking the guiding afflatus of that sacred Inspiration which animated the fervid exclamation of the pious and philosophic Psalmist, whilst contemplating in the secret chamber of rapt meditation, the mighty and mysterious operations of Jehovah, displayed in the wondrous works of the visible creation, the retributive procedures of a special providence, the revealed and prophetic glories connected with the gracious economy of Redemption—would we seek to introduce—by a few preliminary observations, sustained by the collated remarks and collateral opinions of diverse authors—to the reader’s serious and believing attention, the ennobling and inviting subject attempted in the succeeding pages, prompted by the sincere desire and humble hope, that it may be canvassed in such a manner, as in no wise to invalidate its manifest attractions, elevating sublimity, consolatory support, devotional and edifying tendency.

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Learn about Angelology – remarks and reflections :

The works of the Lord are great, sought out of all them that have pleasure therein. Psalm cxi. 2. — Invoking the guiding afflatus of that sacred Inspiration which animated the fervid exclamation of the pious and philosophic Psalmist, whilst contemplating in the secret chamber of rapt meditation, the mighty and mysterious operations of Jehovah, displayed in the wondrous works of the visible creation, the retributive procedures of a special providence, the revealed and prophetic glories connected with the gracious economy of Redemption—would we seek to introduce—by a few preliminary observations, sustained by the collated remarks and collateral opinions of diverse authors—to the reader’s serious and believing attention, the ennobling and inviting subject attempted in the succeeding pages, prompted by the sincere desire and humble hope, that it may be canvassed in such a manner, as in no wise to invalidate its manifest attractions, elevating sublimity, consolatory support, devotional and edifying tendency.

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