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I enjoyed the characters, and wanted to see how Brian Godawa wove the idea of preterism into this next installment. I love how he creates drama and action out of historical ideas. The truth was handed down to other ages. Temple and services are vain without the truth. Those who seek to serve God discover his will. When men desire to do wrong they hate the Word of God. The Bible will survive all efforts of man to destroy it.
Where leaders set an example of piety the people follow. Sin, vice, misery, and destruction come where the truth is not possessed. If the times are bad we should hold up the law of God. The Bible is a lost book to those who. Every child should own, read, and love the Bible. One can be loyal to God amid the most opposing surroundings. The world greatly needs the services of children and men and women of righteousness. The discovery of the book of the law. We see here It has a charmed life.
If Hilkiah had not been busy in setting wrong things right, he would not have found the book in its dark hiding-place. We are told that the coincidence of the discovery at the nick of time is suspicious. So it is, if you do not believe in Providence. If you do, the coincidence is but one instance of his sending gifts of the right sort at the right moment.
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That the true basis of all religious reform is the Word of God. Faded flowers will lift up their heads when plunged into water. The old Bible, discovered and applied anew, must underlie all real renovation of dead or moribund Christianity. The effect of the rediscovered law. The first function of the law is to arouse the knowledge of sin, as Paul profoundly teaches.
Without that penitential knowledge religion is superficial, and reformation merely external. The double-eyed message of the prophetess. Where was Jeremiah of Anathoth? Perhaps not in the city at the time.
This embassy to Huldah is in full accord with the high position which women held in that state, of which the framework was shaped by God Himself. The confirmation of the threatenings of the law. The assurance to Josiah of the acceptance of his repentance and gracious promise of escape from the coming storm. These two are precisely equivalent to the double aspect of the gospel, which completes the law, endorsing its sentence and pointing the way of escape.
Maclaren, D. The bible lost. It is lost to nations. Sometimes kings and governments forbid its circulation. In communities where it freely circulates in the vernacular of the people--by misconstruction, false teaching and disregard. It is lost to individuals by the way they treat it. How many a man suffers the Bible to lie in his home unused, dust-covered, like the sacred roll in the Temple, until it be almost forgotten!
How many cast it away because it reproves them as it reproved the wicked kings of Judah! Degeneracy inevitable without it. The Word of God is the great source and conservator of moral life and health. It is sunlight to the moral world. It is the invigorating element in the moral atmosphere. No more surely do plants grow pale without sunlight, or animal life grow feeble without oxygen, than all that makes a worthy life in man, individual or collective, wanes and fails when deprived of the Word of God.
How true was this of Judah! When the Word of God was lost, the nation sunk rapidly into wickedness and consequent weakness. False religion ran riot. The smoke of incense to heathen gods filled the land. The consciences of the people were debauched. And whenever the Word of God has been lost by prohibition or neglect, the downward tendency of national life has been marked.
Other elements of strength may have withstood it, and, for a time, upheld with seeming success the fabric of state. But, the best elements being wanting, degeneracy and feebleness sooner or later inevitably appear. But illustrations of the matter under consideration are more open to observation in regard to communities. Whenever the Word of God is not set on high, and honoured as the arbiter in morals, the teacher in religion, and the guide in life, there wickedness and vice will prevail.
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But individual life furnishes the best illustration. Without the word of God abiding in the mind and regnant in the life, deterioration in all things good certainly supervenes. Every avenue of his being is open to temptation. He will surely run down, sink to a lower plane, and ordinarily to a plane lower and lower the longer he lives. How many parents weep over sons and daughters tarnished, degraded, lost, because they would not heed the voice of God! In the case of Josiah, it was astonishment.
That such a book should have existed, stating so clearly the Divine will, so full of denunciations against the sins of the land, filled him with amazement. This is natural and legitimate. Only let men to whom the Bible has been lost wake to the solemn reality that its statements are everlasting truth, and that they will hold with unrelaxing energy in life, in death, and in eternity, and amazement must overwhelm them.
Another effect was to set him to earnest study. God was speaking.