Anf-01 viii.iv.xxiv Pg 2 that they may be a righteous nation, a people keeping faith, holding to the truth, and maintaining peace. Come then with me, all who fear God, who wish to see the good of Jerusalem. Come, let us go to the light of the Lord; for He has liberated His people, the house of Jacob. Come, all nations; let us gather ourselves together at Jerusalem, no longer plagued by war for the sins of her people. ‘For I was manifest to them that sought Me not; I was found of them that asked not for Me;’2007
Josh. v. 2; Isa. xxvi. 2, 3.
Anf-03 iv.ix.ix Pg 48 (that is, with Christ’s precepts, for Christ is in many ways and figures predicted as a rock1292
See Josh. v. 2–9, especially in LXX. Comp. the margin in the Eng. ver. in ver. 2, “flint knives,” and Wordsworth in loc., who refers to Ex. iv. 25, for which see ch. iii. above.
Treasury of Scriptural Knowledge, Chapter 5
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Ge 17:10-14 De 10:16; 30:6 Ro 2:29; 4:11 Col 2:11