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I suppose that all who do biblical research wish at times that they could set forth fragmentary and unfinished ideas in printed form without people thinking that a final and definitive conclusion has now been chiseled into imperishable granite which shall stand forever as the final word on the subject dealt with. Any such conclusion will be far from correct.

It was and is the declaration of Solomon that,

It is the glory of God to conceal a thing: but the honor of kings is to search out a matter (Proverbs 25:2).

The knowledge of God’s concealed truths is usually gained by tracing out the intimations to it that are scattered throughout the Bible. These allusions to the truth are regularly ignored by the average Bible reader, but the real lover of God’s truth will carefully note these faint glimmers, meditate upon them, and hide them in his heart, maybe for many years, as he waits for more light on the subject.

Otis Q SellersOtis Q. Sellers (1901-1992)
Seed and Bread, #151 (1982)
(adapted & edited)

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