View of the Hebrews: Exhibiting the Destruction of Jerusalem; The Certain Restoration of Judah and Israel; The Present State of Judah and Israel; And an Address of the Prophet Isaiah Relative to Their Restoration (Classic Reprint)
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Jerusalem was 'the capital of this earthly Ca naan. Glorious things were spoken of this City of our God. Beautiful for situation, the joy of the whole earth, was this Mount Zion on the sides of the north, the city of the Great King. This, for many centuries, might be called God's Capital on earth. God said, alluding primarily to this city, For the Lord hath chosen Zion to be an habitation for himself. Here will I dwell, for I have desired it. Here great things were done in divine faithfulness which led the psalm ist to say God is known in her palaces for a refuge. For 16, the Kings were assembled they passed by together. They saw it, and so they marvelled; they were troubled, and so they hast cd away. The Lord of hosts is with us the God of Jacob is our refuge. In Salem stood his tabernacle and his dwelling place in Zion. There brake he the arrows of the how, the shield and the sword of the battle. This city of God long answered well to its name, - Jeru, they shall see Salem, peace. Long did the church, while they walked with God, there see and enjoy peace.
But alas, we find recorded of this city, temple, and nation of the Jews, a fatal reverse. They found the sentiment in their sacred oracles ful filled The Lord is with you while ye be with him but if ye forsake him, he will cast you elf.
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