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From Friday's Daily.
Walter Vallery, of .Murray, was in
the city today looking after business
Mrs George- Shoeman received a
box of fine frtsh raisens from her
boh, Harry Likewise, today, shipped
from Hansford California.
George Rhoden spent the day in
the metropolis yesterday, returning
last evening on No. 2, Btopped in
Flattsmouth for a few hours.
Albert Shafer, of Eight Mile
Grove, drove in from the farm today
and took the afternoon train for the
metropolis, where he was called on
Miss Emma Kaufman and Miss
Bertha Kaufman departed for Lin
coln on the afternoon train today,
where they will visit friends 'for a
S. J. Stites, of Iowa, spent a few
hours in- the city this morning
enroute from Union, where he had
been visiting relatives, at his home
in Red Oak.
J. R. Denson received a card from
his brother, J. N. Denson, written
from New Orleans, stating that J. H.
nud wife are on their vacation and
aking in the bathing resorts near
New Orleans Jack did not know un
til he received the card that his
brother was away from Council
Miss Sophia Cyger, of Omaha, and
her nephew, Mr. Curtis Tegarmo, of
Los Angeles, California, were in the
city during the day, guests of Uncle
Henry Boeck and wife. Mr. Tegar
mo also visited Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Bates. Mr. Tegermo is on his way
from New York to his home at Los
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rawls, who
have been spending a year at Lamar,
Colorado, returned home this even
ing on the Missouri Pacific. Mr. and
Mrs. Rawls will be welcomed back
10 riattsmoutn, ana their many
friends here hope they have come to
stay. Mr Rawls has been delayed
in his return owing to the fact that
he could not find a man to take
charge of the business which has
been in his care during his absence
From Saturday's Dally.
Philip Fornoff, of near Cedar
Creek, did some shopping in the city
Harry Reed, the Weeping Water
real estate man, was a Plattsmouth
'visitor today. -- -
J. Bengen, of Murray, motored to
riattsmouth. today to do the week
Andrew Taylor and Jno. Hansel, of
Union, Were business visitors in the
city this morning.
John Kelley and John Ileeny, of
near Manley, drove in from the farm
today and and transacted business in
V. j;. Itcseneranz and wl'e went
to Omaha, on the afternoon tiain to
day. whore they visited tho carnival
for a tew hcurs.
Robert Brissy and wife and chll
dren went to Council Bluffs this af
ternoon, where they will visit rela
tives for a few days.
Mrs. Henry Tartsch, who has been
visiting her mother, Mrs. William
Ballance, for a few days, returned to
her home this afternoon.
Miss Ethel Ballance, who is 'teach
ing in the South Omaha schools, is
an over Sunday visitor with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. William Ballance.
Miss Anna Morley, who is teach
ing at Louisville, will spend Sunday
with relatives, and was a passenger
to Omaha on the afternoon train to
day. Dr. C cumins, D. C. Morgai, F. E.
Schlnter and W. E. Rosencrans
ir.oiorc-c; out to Avoca and returned
tnis foidioon. The ju.rty xlc.'t
Platts'iiiiulh at 7 o'clock u:.d verj
back home by 11:30.
""Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Gamble and
Fon Joe, were Omaha passengers this
afternoon, where Mrs. Gamble and
son will visit Mrs. Vesta Thomas
over night, while Mr. Gamble will
return this afternoon.
Christ Baysel, the expert engineer
doing the leveling up for the M. Ford
people on the Third district paving
work, was an Omaha passenger on
the afternoon train, where he will
visit his family over Sunday.
Blair Porter, of l.'nion, was in the
city today with his brother, John
Porter, from Murray. Mr. Porter
drove from Union last evening to
Murray and visited his brother over
night, coming to Plattsmouth with
Our good friend Louie Korrell,
from near Union, came up on the
evening train yesterday and re
mained over night to look after some
business matters. Louie called on the
Journal while here and renewed for
the Old Reliable for another year.
Louie is one of the best fellows in
the world,, and we are always glad to
Judge Becson issued licenses to
wed to the following couples today:
Mr. Harry B. Sweetwood and Miss
Maggie Dawson, both of Tabor, Iowa:
and Mr. John Kelley and Miss
Bessie Heeney, both of this county.
The first named pair were married
by Judge Beeson, in the presence of
C. L. Dawson, brother of the bride,
and Rose Gladden.
Henry Tipel, of Plainview, arrived
last evening and will visit friends
here for a time.
J. H. Busche and wife, of Cedar
Creek, were in the city today doing
the week-end shopping.
Miss Nellie Brinkman departed for
Glenwood last evening, where she
will visit friends for a time.
F. A. Murphy returned to Omaha
on the morning train today,, having
spent the night with Mr. B. Clark.
Mr. E. Jones returned from Little
Sioux, Iowa, this afternoon, where
he has visited relatives for a week.
George Hild and Henry Meisinger.
of Eight Mile Grove precinct, trans
acted business in Plattsmouth today.
Miss Marie Kaufman, of Cedar
Creek, was a Plattsmouth visitor to
day, looking after business matters.
Mrs. R. B. Moffit and children,
Ruth and Carl, went to Omaha this
morning to spend the day at the car
Mrs. E. Jones visited Rev. Gardner
at the hospital this morning, going to
Omaha on the morning train for that
Miss T. Jones, who is teaching in
the country, came to Plattsmouth to
day to spend Sunday with her
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Horn and
daughter, Helen, of Cedar Creek,
were in the city today doing some
J. F. Eisheid and L. Trilty went to
Havelock on the morning train today,
where they looked after company
John Hiber, of O'Neill, who has
fisited his parents and friends here
for a few days, departed for his home
Mrs. Joe Fitzgerald and daughter,
Miss Grace, went to Omaha this af
ternoon, where they will visit friends
for a time.
Mrs. Brooks of South Omaha, who
has been visiting her sons, George
and Ben, for a few days, returned to
her home this morning.
Mrs. J. M. Robertson and daughter,
Miss Jessie, went to Omaha on the
morning train today, where they
spent the day with friends.
Miss Anna Kapia and Miss Anna
Morley arrived from their school out
In the country this morning and will
spend Sunday with the home folks.
J. E. Johnson, traveling engineer
for. the, Burlington., was in the eity
today on company business, and, the
guest of his parents, Judge and Mrs.
Mrs. M. McCool went to Omaha to
day to spend Sunday with relatives
and brins her little boy home. The
little boy has been spending a week
with his mint in the metropolis.
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Todd came' in
from the farm today and boarded an
Omaha train, where they will spend
Sunday with members of the Cox
orchestra. Mrs. E. R. Todd accom
Mrs. John Hearns went to Omaha
this afternoon, where she will con
sult Dr. Gifford concerning her eyes.
Mrs. Hearns will visit relatives in
Omaha for a few days.
Albert Thomas and wife and
daughter, Mrs. Harry Messersmith,
departed for Pueblo, Colorado, on
the afternoon train today, where
they will visit Mr. Thomas' son,
Frank Thomas, for two weeks.
Mrs. G. W. Gregg and daughter,
Viola, of Dunlap, Iowa, are visiting
Mr. Gregg for a short time, returned
to their home this morning.
Robert Nickels, of near Murray,
drove in from the farm this morning
and boarded the train for Omaha, to
take In the carnival for a few hours.
Albert Peterson, of Stromsburg,
administrator of the Henry Peterson
estate, was in the city last evening
on business connected with the pro
Miss Blanche Robertson, of the
South Omaha public schools, came
down on No. 2 last evening, and will
spend Sunday with her parents, Jas.
M. Robertson an dwife.
Miss Bell, Miss Dovey, Miss Cole,
teachers of the schools of our city,
epent tho day at the carnival in
Omaha. Misses Dye and Anderson,
teachers of the high school, also vis
ited Omaha today.
Miss Emma Eikenbarry departed
for the east this morning-on No. 6,
where she will visit relatives for a
Mrs. H. W. Livingston and daugh
ter, Miss Margaret, spent the day in
the metropolis, going on the early
train this morning.
W. Parker and wife and two
daughters were passengers to Omaha
this morning, where they spent the
day viewing the carnival.
Mr. and Mrs. Krlnlfski and wife of
Omaha, arrived today and will visit
Mrs. Steppet for a short time. Their
three children accompanied them.
Mrs. T. J. Todd and son Henry,
who have been guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Mauzy for a few days,
departed for her home last evening.
Mrs. Joseph Tlghe, of Havelock,
returned to her home last veiling,
having visited with her brother,
County Treasurer F. E: Schlater, for
a few days.
Mrs. George Weidman departed for
Havelock last evening, and will visit
her daughter for a time.
Miss Delia White was an Omaha
visitor on the morning train today,
where she vUited friends'.
Harry Northcut and wife arrived
from Omaha last evening and will
visit relatives over Sunday.
E. E. Hilton . came down from
Omaha last evening and will be an
over Sunday visitor in the city.
Mrs. James Johnson left last even
ing for the country to visit Mrs.
Nord, near Oreapolis, for a few days.
Miss Angle McCarroll was a pas
senger to Union this morning, where
she will spend Sunday with her par
ents. O. M. Strelght and Mrs. James
Sage came down from Omaha this
morning, where Mrs. Sage has been
assisting her sister, Mrs. Streight, in
getting settled in her new home.
Thomas E. Darling departed for
Bismarck, South Dakota, on the
morning train today, where he will
visit friends for a short time. His
brother, Harry B., went to Columbus,
accompanying him a far as Omaha.
C. L. Martin, the liveryman, wrote
something like a dozen applications
lor the Owls last week.
W. E. Rosencrans & Son are doing
splendidly for the Owls, in addition
to their other good business.
The organizer of the Owls is a
firm believer In the Journal as an
advertising proposition, several very
desirable applications having result
ed from the Journal notes.
Ld. Brantner, the efficient mana
ger of Plattsmouth's crack base ball
team, is in the field just as strong
for the Order of Owls, aid will bo
greatly pleased to tell his host of
Trends about this great order.
D. L. Awick goes to Murray next
Monday in the Interest of the Owls.
The order already has soma twenty.
(He Tlurray subscribers, anl many
"Prospects," who have expressed a
desire to get on the wagon. Mr.
Awlck to get on the wagon. Mr.
twenty applications for tin order,
and is genuinely enthusiastic Be
cause he firmly believes it 13 the beat
Attend (IiuitIi KupHr.
A church supper was held at the
home of Albert Wetencamp, a mile
west of Mynard, Thursday evening,
which .was. well attended and netted
a neat sum of money to apply on
running expenses. Dr. Cummins
and w ife and D. C. Morgan and wife
went in Dr. Cummins' auto; also,
John Crabill and wife and Mrs. How
land went out in Mr. Crabill's ma
chine, and participated in the pleas
Will lie Mail ( ai Tier.
John Fowler, of Weeping Water,
accompanied by William Jamison,
Herbert Ratnour and Chauncy Gil
bert made Plattsmouth a business
call today. Mr. Fowler has applied
for one of the mail delivery routes
out of Weeping Water, and was In to
take the civil service examination at
the postofflce today.
If you want neip or navo nnythlnr
o sell, advert.se in the Journal k
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Extra heavy stoctf, two full double
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forced stay. A heavy dressy s hoe
suitable for needs of wet weather and,
'Tis best all round shoe for neatness
and service, and to see it will be to ap
preciate it as a money saver, for it is
two shoes in one. A pood school and
dress up shoe combined.
"Quality Shoes" at Trade at
Brooklyn, N. Y.. October 2. Pastor
Russell of the Brooklyn Tabernacle
addressed a large uud very attentive
audiem-e today at the Academy of Mu
sic from the above text. lie said:
Ours is a day in which, more than
ever before, i be statement of our text
Is dlspnted-dlsbelieved by Jews. Gen
tiles ami Cbrlstlnus. The great Chris
tian author, St. Paul, agrees exactly
with the words of Moses In our text,
saying. "Without the shedding of
blood there is no remission of sins"
(Hebrews Lx. 22i. The orthodox Jew
and the orthodox Christian, therefore,
are to substantial agreement as to the
foundation of tilings and the unortho
dox are In agreement of opposition.
The latter agree that there Is no neces
sity for Slu Atonement that the Inter
thought of all the wise men of the
earth, the greatest ministers and rab
bis. Is that there Is no such thing as
Original Sin; hence could be no such
thing ns necessity for cancelling It of
making an atonement or satisfaction
to Justice on behalf of It. Two things
have contributed to these unorthodox,
(li The agnostic Jew not only dis
putes the Bible as an authority on the
subject, but. in addition, admits to
himself thnt If the shedding of blood.
If the 'sacrifices commanded by the
Levltlcal code for Sin Atonemeut be
admitted to be right and necessary. It
would Involve the thought that the
Jewish people have had no Sin Atone
ment in any sense of the word for
more than eighteen centuries, because
Sin Atonement must be made accord
ing to certain specified conditions
else it could" not be made at all. The
loss of the Ark of the Covenant con
taining the Law. and covered by the
mercy-seat, was one of these disasters
The destruction of Jerusalem,, the City
of the great King, was another, and.
above all, the Law required thnt the
sacrifices should be killed, and the
presentations saerltkially made to God.
only by a priest who could show his
lineage as n son of Aaron.
(2i Since the destruction of Jerusalem
A. D "0. the Jewish nation lias been
scattered and devastated by their foes
some of these, alas, claiming to he
Chrjstliius nud .dishonoring the name
of Jesus; As a result all olliclal rec
ords and genealogies of the Jewish
people are broken, vitiated, destroyed.
Undoubtedly there are numerous de
scendants from Aaron living today; but,
since they cannot prove tbelr descent.
tl'y are absolutely forbidden to at
tempt 'to make a Slu Atonement on the
Atonement Day. Viewing the matter
from this standpoint the unorthodox
Jew feels nil the more Inclined to re
H!(!laie the necessity for any Sin
Atonement. Alas, Indeed, many of
them seem not only to have lost con
fidence In the Mosaic arrangement, but
to have lost faith entirely In a personal
God. We hope and believe that many
of these are sincere and will be blessed
and assisted back to faith shortly and
to a better understanding of the holy
Scriptures nud of God's dealings with
tht'lr nation. ,
Jewish Atonement a Farce.
In view of what we have said, all
must see that It would be impossible
for the Jews properly to observe the
Atonement Day, having no priest nor
other facility necessary to the require
ments of the Law. Nevertheless, an out
ward show of ceremony Is kept up. On
the proper Atonement Day of their year,
the. Tenth Day of the Seventh Month,
the Jew figuratively acknowledges that
the merit of the previous sacrifice has
expired. He fasts, lie prays, tic-cording
to the original program. But he
has no priest. No bullock is slain for
the sins of the tribe of Levi. No goat
Is slain for the sins of the other tribes.
And no blood is taken into the Most
Holy to make an Atonement. Not
only have they no priest to officiate,
but they have no mercy-seat. Some
of them wring tho neck of a rooster,
swinging it over the hend three times.
But this wns not the sacrifice of the
Day of Atonement and could not take
We should not be misunderstood as
holding up the Jew to ridicule. Quite
to tho contrary, we sympathize with
him. We appreciate his reverence for
the Divine Law and his desire for fel
lowship with God In tho cleansing of
bis sins. We would, however, suggest
to them that nothing is to be gained
by deceiving themselves and each oth
er Into the supposition that their
Atonement Day brings (hem any relief
or harmonizes them In uny sense of
the word with the Almighty. What
tliey do Is a mere farce. The sooner
this be acknowledged the sooner will
their honesty In the matter bring them
Into the proper condition or heart to
recognize that the sins of more than
eighteen centuries rest upon them un
cancelled and that this Is the explana
tion of the calamities thnt have be
When Israelite come properly to un
derstand the situation, they will see
that all their hopes center In Mes
siah's Kingdom Messiah Is nut only
the great King typified by David and
Solomon, but he Is also the great
Priest typified by Aaron and more par
ticularly hv Mele hlxedec. who was n
Is a Necessity
The I lie of the fifth U in the blood; and I
hive given il to you upon the altar, to make
an atonement lor youi aouli ; lot il if the
blood that maketh an atonement lor the aoul"
(LevitKiu ivii, 1 1 ).
priest upon bla kingly throne. So Mes
siah will uot only be the great King
over Israel and the world, but be will
be the great lrlest whose application
of his own merit will effect the can
cellation of sins forever. lie will not
re-lutroduce to them sacrifices of bulls
and goats, but will make kuown to
them that those sacrifices were mere
foreshadowing of better sacrlflces
so much better that they will uot need
repeating yearly, but work a perpet
ual cancellation of the sins of Israel
and of all the children of Adam.
Higher Critics Repudiate the Blood.
All the worldly-wise of Christendom
have reached the point of repudiating
the testimony of the Old Testament
and the New res pin. ting the need of a
sacrificial death for the satisfaction of
Divine Justice, the cancellation of sin
and the restitution of the sinner to Di
vine favor. The claim of the so-called
New Theologlsts repudiates tho fall,
repudiates the ransom and repudiates
a restitution to all that was lost
claiming that nothing was lost and
that all we have Is gain. Thus the
world and Its wisdom know not God
and appreciate not his arrangement
thnt, as death came upon mankind
through the slu of one man (Adam),
even so a restitution to life should
come to all men through Christ that
"as all lu Adam die, even so all In
Christ shnll be made alive."
These worldly-wise cannot deny the
fact 'that there is sin in the world and
thnt there Is death In tho world and
that the tendency of all sin Is towards
death. They cannot deny that death Is
gaining a greater hold than ever be
fore upon our race. Insane asylums,
prisons and reform schools show that,
notwithstanding our educational facil
ities and wonderful achievements under
thfe enlightening Influences of the New
Dispensation now dawning neverthe
less, the insanity statistics and the
prison statistics and the physical sta
tlstlcs show that. In spite of every
thing, our race Is becoming mentally.
morally and physically weaker day by
day. It Is for them to explain how
these facts fit to tbelr theory of Evolu
The Christian's View of Sin Atonement.
By the term Christian we refer to
those who intelligently believe the ex
planntlon of the Itlble rcspeollng sin.
that It Is a vlolntlon of tho Divine
Law and carries with it a penalty
that Father Adam wns created as sin
less ns are tho angels and as perfect
as they, only on a little lower plane
of being. Obedience was required of
him as tho price of Divine favor and
everlasting life. Disobedience thrust
him from Paradise into the unpre
pared earth to wrestle with the thorns
and thistles, where the decree. "Dying
thou shall die." accomplished his exe
cutlon Ills race wns In bis joins and
naturally shared by' heredity his
weaknesses and death pennlty. so thnt
the entire race Is a dying race. Hut
the Creator was unwilling that Adam
and his children should die as brutes.
God did not revoke his decree of
death nor give any Intimation that he
had done unjustly In condemning his
creature. He did, however, provide
a way for their relief. Ilr provided
that, ns the first man alone had sin
ned actually, so one Redeemer alone
would bo necessary for the race. And
to him he offered a great reward, so
thnt bis sacrifice for sins would work
out to his own advantage, as well as
to tiie sinner's. A part of the reward
wns the high exaltation to the heaven
ly nature far above angels, and the
gift of the Kingdom of earth neces
sary for the overruling and subduing
of the spirit of rebellion In the world
nnd for the exaliatlou and uplifting
from sin and death conditions of all
the willing and obedient of Adam's
"The Better Sacrificet."
From the Dlvlie standpoint "the
man Christ Jesus gave himself a ran
som for all." for Adam's entire race,
to be testified lu due time. He anil
typed the bullock of Israel's Atone
ment Day, as well as nntltyped the
priest who slew the bullock because
he offered up himself. Rewarded by
the Almighty, he was raised from
death to the spirit plane, higher than
tho angels. Applying his merit to the
antitypienl Levltes, "the household, of
faith." "the Church of the First
borns," be then began n work little
understood by either Jews or Chris
tlnns, but nevertheless clearly outlined
in the Word of God. Ills work
throughout this age has been the gath
ering of the elect class which Is cho
sen because of faithfulness to lit I : l
and obedience In walking In his
steps In the narrow way. These,
composed both of Jews and of
Gentiles, have for centuries been
In course of development their sacri
fices being typified by thnt of the
Lord's goat on the Atonement Day
Tbelr sacrifices are small nnd Uan like
that of the goat. In comparison to the
bullock. Hut they are accepted by the
Great High Priest, and tho offering
of their sacrifice Is counted an his sac
rifice. Thus eventually the High
Priest will complete his work of sin
atonement iwe believe very soonl and
then his second application of the
blood ttpoti the Mercy Seat will be
ninde. Just as It was written In the
Law. "On behalf of all the people." only
that "all the people" on the larger
scale will uot uuuu merely the Is
raelites outside of the Levltes. but '
will mean the whole world of mankltut
outside of the household of faith, the
antityplcal Levltes. Forthwith the
whole world will be turned over to
Messlnh. the antityplcal Prophet.
Priest. King, Mediator. Judge. Then
for a thousand years the world will
receive the blessed, uplifting Influ
There will come lu Israel's share In
the great work of recovering the world
to God. They are still beloved for the
fathers' sakes and the gifts and calling
of God to them are things he will not
repent of. At that time the great anti
typlcal Prophet. Priest and King will
begin his work as a Mediator. At that
time he will mediate by briuglng Into
operation the New Covenant which
God promised he would make with Is
rael and Judah, "after those days"
after the days of their humiliation and
being cast off; they shall be reclaimed
and uplifted and blessed nnd used of
the Lord. This U God's Covenant with
them when he will take away their
sins when by virtue of the "better
sacrifices" their sins shall be abso
lutely and forever cancelled by the
antityplcal Priest, of whom tho Proph
et David wrote. "The Lord hath sworn,
and will not repent, Thou art a priest
for the ago after the order of Mol-
chlw dek" a kingly priest ou the spirit
plane (Psalm cx, 4).
What Atonement Signifies.
The word Atonement or At-one-inout
signifies the bringing of persons alien
ated or estranged back Into harmony,
sympathy, union. Many are perplexed
at the doctrine of blood-atonement so
prominently set forth In tho IUble. The
shedding of blood is naturally revolt
ing and properly so. It seems strange,
therefore, to those who do not under
stand the philosophy of tho Divine
Plan of Snlvatiou, why God should
have required a blood-atonement for
sin. Sometimes the very people who
object to blood-atonement believe some
thing much more awful-tlmt an atone
ment for slu can be effected by hun
dreds or thousands of years of most
terrible torture. Some believe even
worse than this that an everlasting
torment penalty for sin will bo exacted
of all except the saintly few of hu
manity. How Inconsistent nnd illogi
cal we have all been in our reasoning
upon religious subjects!
In Scriptural usage blood stands for. '
or represents, the life. In harmony
with this is our ordinary use of the
word. We read, "The blood of Jesus
Christ our Lord cleansetb us from all
sin." Here the word blood stands for
death, or rather, for the merit of the
sacrificial death of Jesus. His death
would have been equally efficacious as
man's Ransom-Price If his side hnd not
bceu pierced. It would have been
equally meritorious if he had died In
any other manner, except that he was
to take the place of the sinner to the
very Inst degree as tho Mosaic Law
declares, "Cursed Is everyone that
hangeth upon a tree." thus branding
crucifixion ns the most ignominious
form of death.
Put why should God require tho
death of a victim as a basis for the
forgiveness of the sins of Adam and
his race? We reply that God's Law
was Intended to be nn Illustration of
the exactness of Divine Justice. Jus
tice could not punish Adam nor his
children with eveiiaatlng torture or
any other of the horrible things we
once Imagined. The severest penally
of the Divine Law Is represented In
our common law, which, as an extreme
penalty, requires the deafh of the
transgressor. Ada in, having been sen
tenced to death, would have had no
future opportunity for life neither by
resurrection nor otherwise. Adam's
children, sharing bis weaknesses, would
have had no opportunity to regain life,
because Justice Is unchangeable. If It
was Just to condemn sin. It would be
Injustice to rescind the Hnalty and
set the culprit free. Divine Love has
provided a way by which Adam and
his children are all to be freed from
death nnd have nn opportunity of "ter
uat life not by violating the require
ments of Divine Justice, but by fulfill
ing them. Hence In due time, the
man Christ Jesus died for tne man
Adam, to cancel his sin, to satisfy his
penally. And since his sin anil pen
alty have bceu inherited by his chil
dren, tho one sacrifice for sin Is suffi
cient for all.
The work of atonement Is not com
pleted. Tho .first half of atonement
is tin.' satisfaction of Justice. Hut
even this part Is not yet completed.
Tho Redeemer presents his sacrifice
In two parts, nccordlng to the typo.
Tho first elTusloti of his blood spoke
pence to believers who now have the
ears to hear and the heart to obey;
the second effusion, as shown by tho
Law (Leviticus xvt, 13), will tnnke
reconciliation for the sins of all tho
people tho whole world of mankind.
Then the other part of Atonement be
gin After the Divine reconciliation comes
human reconciliation. The great Mes
siah will not require sacrifices of Im
munity, but, on the contrary, will
opeu the blind eyes nud cause the
knowledge of the grace of God to
reach Adam and every member of his
rnco. Then all willing for reconcilia
tion will bo helped by tho great Medi
ator of tho New Covenant and by
Israel, his Chosen Peoplo and earthly
representatives. The object to be ac
complished during Messiah's reign is
tho bringing to all the willing and
obedient the restitution which God
has promised restitution to all that
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vv,Ks iosu ultimately juessiau win
transfer the allegiance of the whole,
world (perfected by him) to Jehovah;
God, that he may be all in all (I!
Corinthians it. 2S).
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