In not a few instances the Scriptures possess both a literal and a mystical force: Example 6 — Reformedontheweb’s Blog

Psalm 89 supplies us with a further illustration of the principle we are here treating, and a very striking and important one it is. Historically it looks back to what is recorded in 2 Samuel 7:4-17, namely, the covenant which the Lord made with David; yet none with anointed eyes can read that Psalm without […]

via In not a few instances the Scriptures possess both a literal and a mystical force: Example 6 — Reformedontheweb’s Blog

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