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The Second Man - The Last Adam

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"Well, here is this second Man, this last Adam, who has come in on the one side to expose the old, to condemn the old, and to put away the old by His Cross, in which the whole of that old Adam was crucified. And on the other side, to bring in, establish, and extend a race of men and women who are partaking of His own potentialities. These are given His own gifts, spiritually and morally. They learn by His working and His grace, in the mighty power of the Holy Spirit that, after all, there is a dominion which God meant for man, and that dominion, that ascendancy, that victory, is found in Christ, in real measure, now. The end is that race of which He is the first and the last, reigning and glorified. It is the complete reversal of all that came in with the first man. When you read at the end, 'There will no longer be any mourning, or crying, or pain' (Rev. 21:4), but everything to the contrary, you see the triumph in the second Man, the last Adam, and that is what remains when all... More > the other is no more." T.A-S.< Less
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ISBN
9781105936326
Published
August 10, 2012
Language
English
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ePub
File Size
32.15 KB

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