The story presupposes that primitive man was in a state of ignorant innocence, not of intellectual or moral perfection, and it tells how that ignorant innocence came to pass into conscious sin. What are the stages of the transition? There is the presentation of inducement to evil. The law to which Adam is to be obedient is in the simplest form.
This great event derives additional significance and grandeur from the place in which it stands. It follows the hideous act of idolatry in which the levity and sinfulness of Israel reached their climax.
What a contrast between Moses on the mount and Aaron and the people in the plain! Enough that he is told that his desire is beyond the possibilities of creatural life. The mediator and lawgiver cannot rise beyond the bounds of human limitations.
But what can be shall be. Then comes this wonderful advance in the progress of divine revelation. Taking these two thoughts with us, let us consider them in- I.
The answer to the request for a sensuous manifestation. It is higher than all manifestation to sense, which was what Moses had asked. The manifestation to spirit in full immediate perception is impossible also. But this is not the highest form. Words and propositions can never reveal so fully, nor with such certitude, as a personal revelation.
How much more certain, as well as coming closer to our hearts!
Merely verbal statements need proof, they need warming. Yes; in heaven there will be a closer vision of Christ-not of God. Our knowledge of Christ will there be expanded, deepened, made more direct.
We know not how. There will be bodily changes: What Moses craved to see with his eyes was the essential divine light. Nothing is said of omniscience, omnipresence, and the like, but forgiveness and justice, of both of which men carry analogues in themselves, are proclaimed by the very voice of God as those by which He desires that He should be chiefly conceived of by us.
That is the glowing heart of the divine brightness.
Jesus has manifested the divine mercifulness; Jesus has borne the burden of sin and the weight of the divine Justice. The answer to a great sin.
Sin evokes His pardoning mercy. This insignificant speck in Creation has been the scene of the wonder of the Incarnation, not because its magnitude was great, but because its need was desperate. The wilder the storm of human evil roars and rages, the deeper and louder is the voice that peals across the storm.Strengths and Limitations of the Kalisch and Lee The study remains consistent, by using the same questionnaire for all the nurses that participate in the study, however, the population used is small, and only from one geographical region, the Midwest.
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Genesis HOW SIN CAME IN Genesis - Genesis It is no part of my purpose to enter on the critical questions connected with the story of ‘the fall.’ Whether it is a legend, purified and elevated, or not, is of less consequence than what is its moral and religious significance, and that significance is unaffected by the answer to the former question.
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