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The Coming of Messiah in Glory and Majesty

By: Juan Josafat Ben Ezra

...e of David, judging and seeking judgment, and hasting righteousness; and send forth the law from Zion, and the word of the Lord from Jerusalem; and ... ...nial kingdom. And therefore they will need government, both civil and ecclesiastical, a law and a religion, or rather a law in a religion; that is, ... ...umber seven be disposed to regard them as including in some larger sense the successive states of the whole Christian church up to the coming of the ... ...nd preliminary, and not the conclusion of every well-conducted inquiry. If we had not a law, and a testimony, and a body of divine doctrine, as old ... ...one another in the great object of our hopes, instead of being thereby concentrated and united from all places, and all times, and all conditions. N... ...the necessity of sacrificing our natural affections for Christ’s sake? then we shall be united to all Christ’s people, in closer union than husband ... ...forced to separate from beloved saints, and from their sweet communion? but we shall be united in the day of the Lord, when he shall come with all h... ... its accomplishment must be looked for in visible objects, not in invisible or spiritual states, which so far from contravening, I shall have to make... ...nd allowing it, this much will be yielded to me, that; before we can speak of spiritual states we must have a language derived from visible and sens...

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The Large Catechism

By: Dr. Martin Luther

...n it, so that the First Psalm declares those blessed who meditate upon the law of God day and night. Undoubtedly, you will not start a stronger incens... ...e daily most ingeniously con- trived) as though they were derived from the law codes; yea, we even dare impertinently to refer to it, and boast of it,... ...and caution. In this lawyers and jurists assist, who twist and stretch the law to suit it to their cause, stress words and use them for a subterfuge, ... ...his word: Thou shalt have no other gods before Me, in its simplest meaning states nothing else than this demand: Thou shalt fear, love, and trust in M... ...r: the soul through the Word which it believes, but the body because it is united with the soul and also appre- 103 The Large Catechism hends Baptism...

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Kabbalah Revealed

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...ecent years, he has become a sought-after lecturer in academic circles in the United States and Europe. Dr. Laitman is the founder and president of B... ...ears, he has become a sought-after lecturer in academic circles in the United States and Europe. Dr. Laitman is the founder and president of Bnei Ba-... ...University of Paris. In subsequent years he was awarded honorary PhDs in the United States, Canada, Finland, Russia, and Hungary. In recognition of ... ...ity of Paris. In subsequent years he was awarded honorary PhDs in the United States, Canada, Finland, Russia, and Hungary. In recognition of his com... ...sness. To move forward, we must cultivate a mindset that enables us to form a united human family, a planetary civilization. However, this civilizat... ...ins Abraham’s persistent question, whose answer led him to discover Nature’s law: “Who is the owner of the capitol?” When he realized that there wa... ...But if we examine Nature, we will find that altruism is the most fundamental law of nature. For example, each cell in the body is inherently egoist... ...nited with Him, then experience the loss of this unity. By ex- periencing both states we will be able to make a conscious choice, and consciousness i... ...Nature—minerals, plants, and animals— instinctively follow Nature’s altruistic law. Only human behavior is in contrast with the rest of Nature and wi...

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The Path of Kabbalah

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...ant it. But wanting means knowing, trying, feeling how good it is. There is a law that states that, “The expan- sion of the Light, and its departure,... ...ut wanting means knowing, trying, feeling how good it is. There is a law that states that, “The expan- sion of the Light, and its departure, make the... ...ion, it is called “be- T H E PAT H O F K A B B A L A H 16 stowal.” The Talmud states that if a respectable man marries, he doesn’t have to give a ri... ...f. Partzuf Everything that happens in the spiritual world and every spiritual law automatically applies to our world. Thus, by studying the processes... ...framework should keep changing and improving, according to its members’ inner states, and it should always support the goal. The tighter and stronge... ...he did not. Did he want to commit a sin? No, he did not. But did he break the law? Yes, he did. Even corruption in spirituality is no coincidence; ev... ....” Even the Ari mentioned it. In order for an individual to be included in the united desire of the group, that person must be in complete agreement ... ...alled “bestowal.” Guf itself is called “bestowal.” Guf Only a group of friends united by their desire can bring others out of the situations they fal... ...om the world of Atzilut to the world of Assiya are complete Godliness and are united with the Creator. Yet, how is it possible that this should be o...

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The Divine Comedy of Dante

By: H. F. Cary

...s home ‘Gainst Brennus and th’ Epirot prince, and hosts Of single chiefs, or states in league combin’d Of social warfare; hence Torquatus stern, And Q... ...wave. Know then, the soul of Rahab Is in that gladsome harbour, to our tribe United, and the foremost rank assign’d. He to that heav’n, at which the s... ...rt he took My valiant service. After him I went To testify against that evil law, Whose people, by the shepherd’s fault, possess Your right, usurping.... ...e, but yet so slight esteem’d, That Ubertino of Donati grudg’d His father in law should yoke him to its tribe. Already Caponsacco had descended Into t... ...ce no entrance here may find, No more shall hunger, thirst, or sorrow can. A law immutable hath establish’d all; Nor is there aught thou seest, that d...

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Concerning Christian Liberty

By: Dr. Martin Luther

...Christ, though Lord of all things, was yet made of a woman; made under the law; at once free and a servant; at once in the form of God and in the form... ...purity of their conscience, are harassed by these things? Neither of these states of things has to do with the liberty or the slavery of the soul. And... ...ad, thou shalt be saved” (Rom. x. 9); and again, “Christ is the end of the law for righteousness to every one that believeth” (Rom. x. 4), and “The ju... .... As if he said, “Faith, which is the brief and complete fulfilling of the law, will fill those who believe with such righteousness that they will nee... ... versal goodness, the soul, which cleaves to them with a firm faith, is so united to them, nay, thoroughly absorbed by them, that it not only partakes...

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The Divine Comedy of Dante

By: H. F. Cary

...Thou shalt be left: for that Almighty King, Who reigns above, a rebel to his law, Adjudges me, and therefore hath decreed, That to his city none throu... ...ted me, Honouring they greet me thus, and well they judge.” So I beheld united the bright school Of him the monarch of sublimest song, That o’er ... ...the heart Denying and blaspheming his high power, And nature with her kindly law contemning. And thence the inmost round marks with its seal Sodom and... ...e Divine Comedy of Dante Hell 54 From forth the west, a shepherd without law, Fated to cover both his form and mine. He a new Jason shall be call’... ...mong the inhabitants of that city, and among the leaders of the neighbouring states. v. 70. The pleasant land.] Lombardy. v. 72. The twain.] Guido d... ... was engaged to marry a lady of the Amidei family, but broke his promise and united himself to one of the Donati. This was so much resented by the for... ...landi, and other Ghibelline houses. The Count Ugolino,to effect his purpose, united with the Archbishop and his party, and having betrayed Nino, his s... ...ne of the wisest and most valorous knights the best speaker, the most expert statesman, the most renowned and enterprising, man of his age in Italy, ... ...s home ‘Gainst Brennus and th’ Epirot prince, and hosts Of single chiefs, or states in league combin’d Of social warfare; hence Torquatus stern, And Q...

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The Divine Comedy of Dante

By: H. F. Cary

...Thou shalt be left: for that Almighty King, Who reigns above, a rebel to his law, Adjudges me, and therefore hath decreed, That to his city none throu... ...ted me, Honouring they greet me thus, and well they judge.” So I beheld united the bright school Of him the monarch of sublimest song, That o’er ... ...the heart Denying and blaspheming his high power, And nature with her kindly law contemning. And thence the inmost round marks with its seal Sodom and... ...e Divine Comedy of Dante Hell 54 From forth the west, a shepherd without law, Fated to cover both his form and mine. He a new Jason shall be call’... ...mong the inhabitants of that city, and among the leaders of the neighbouring states. v. 70. The pleasant land.] Lombardy. v. 72. The twain.] Guido d... ... was engaged to marry a lady of the Amidei family, but broke his promise and united himself to one of the Donati. This was so much resented by the for... ...landi, and other Ghibelline houses. The Count Ugolino,to effect his purpose, united with the Archbishop and his party, and having betrayed Nino, his s...

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