In the new Eden as in the old there is a river, but it does not take its rise from the springs of earth, its source is the throne of God.
Eden of old had but one such tree, but it is common in the new Jerusalem, and prevents the possibility of disease and death ever invading that happy city. Fallen man. might not eat of its immortal fruit, but man restored shall feast upon it freely.
How few are watching! How many trifle as if these things were mere dreams, or matters so remote as to deserve no consideration.
There is no hope of change of character in another state. Where death leaves us judgment finds us and eternity holds us.
that they may have right or privilege to approach
Omissions and additions are equally forbidden. Those…
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