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Within this awful volume lies

The mystery of mysteries;

Happiest they of human race,

To whom their God has given grace

To read, to fear, to hope, to pray,

To lift the latch, to force the way.-Scott.

Bible Truths or the Word of Goù was the name first given to the book, written on chapters on God and on moral teachings, containing passages sorted out from the Holy Scripture. About 500 copies of this were distributed among Reverend Clergymen in India and particularly in Bombay; and also among other Christians and Professors and Doctors, and other native Reverend Clergymen. While some asked for the book seeing from their friends full of maxims and precepts.

The second edition is named “ The Family Bible "in which over 2,000 more passages from the Holy Scripture are added ; it is intended not only for students and teachers of the Bible but for the very use of every one in the Christian families; to read all the moral teachings of the Bible.

For this from every corner moral passages are sortod out in different cha pters for easy learning as shown in specimen chapters.

God's Recommendation. Sook ye out of the book of the Lord, and road; no one of those shall fail, nono shall want her mate; for my mouth hath it recommended, and his spirit hath it gathered them. And he hath oast the lot for them and his hand bath divided it unto them by line; they shall possess it for over, from generation to generation shall they dwell therein. Isa. 34-16, 17.

It also supplies the want long felt for the very best religious
prayer offered unto God for supreme bliss (Cf. Rom. 8/26), and is
sanctified by God. The chapters on God will teach

you,

all about
the mighty power, and will introduce you to close friendship with
God, if daily sung as shown.

Holy Bible is the only book which teaches most explicitly
our life after death, natural or unnatural. But as it is said by many
inspired prophets in different places, so it is impossible for the
most holy Reverend Clergy to know except sorted out as I have
done in three different chapters. (For one I had the word of God,
“Psalm. 104.” Cf. Chapter 8.)

Cf. The Spirit searcheth all things, yea the deep things of God.

I Cor. 2-10.–For things of God knoweth no man but the Spirit of God.

I Cor. 2-11.-For the Holy Ghost teacheth comparing spiritual things

with spiritual. I Cor. 2-13-But man receiveth not the things of the
Spirit of God, for they are foolishness unto him. I Cor. 2-14.
Now

your goodness may read this very best religious book
the world ever saw for a post card,

THE PROMISED COMFORTER.
The Last Coming of Lord Adam. -Hoshyang,-Noah,-Abraham, Jacob,

Moses-David,-Lord Buddha, Supreme-Missiah, &c. For Moses Cf.

Chapter 61.

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Please write your name and address most clearly to
J. R. Lantin, 26, Ghogha Street, Fort, Bombay, India.

7-A conscience without a God, is tribunal without a judgo.

8—We are born for a work, other for a watch,

next we for a watch, and they for our work.

9-In trouble men the God invoke.

When sick submit to virtue's yoke.

10–God sendeth and giveth both mouth and meat.

11-Love not pleasures, love God, this is the everlasting.

12-Change yourself and your fortune will change too.

13—The poorest service must be repaid with thanks

So shall be mine before you touch the meal.

Sb.

Hero finish the chapters on God-in two parts to bo sung

14-Rules on divine worship observed by the Asiatics,

15-I should on God alone so much depend,

That I should need nor wealth not other friend.

Grif.

16-(tive me not riches lest I deny thee, O God.

17–Our deeds still follow with us from afar,

And what we have been makes us what we are.

Grif.

18—Charity is the scope of all God's commands

Ch.

19—My son, in deeds of virtue go on that's the way to the stars.

20-No virtue for mankind is but Constancy,

Who would be constant must Immortal be.

Har.

21-Hope makes kings Gods and meanor creatures kings.

Sh.

22—You have eternity to rejoice in the sacrifice of your desire.

23—For thy views turn to divine books

Jc.

24—Light another's candle but don't put out thine own,

For by that sin fell the foermost angel.

25-One good mother is worth a million school masters.

For what is learned in the cradle lasts till the grave.

26-Love all, trust a few, do wrong to none.

Sh.

27-Expose thyself to feel what wretches feel.

Sh.

28–Alas! alas! More fell is ours than wolves! or lions ! rage,

For they at least upon the kinds no war unholy wage,

29-Marry your daughters betimes lest they marry themselves.

30-Alone she wanders where with him she trod,

No arm to stay her,—but she leans on God.

Holmes.

31-Fulfilment of duty to God is religion, to parents piety.

32-Had I served my God, half as deligently as 1 served the king.
He would not have given me up in grey heirs.

Wolsey.

33—What is pomp, rule, reign, but earth and dust ?

And, live we how we can, yet die we must.

Sh.

34-Life itself is a bubble, a scepticism, a sleep within a sleep.

35--The good, alas are few! The valued file,

Less than the gates of Thebes, the months of Nile.

Jub

36-Well may your hearts believe the truths I tell

'Tis virtuo makes the bliss where'er wo dwell.

Col.

37—The devil lives in the moon for mischief.

Byr.

38–Koop virtue's simple path before your eyes,

Nor think from evil good can ever rise.

Shom.

39–Sin overy day takes out a patont for some now invention.

W.

40—The right meang effect liberation once for all

Who is liberated from all bonds he only is final

Kapi.

41-No wisdom can remove the natural vices of mind or body

What is infixed or inbred may be allayed by art but not removed.

42-A thousand years scarcely serve to form a state

An hour may lay in dust,

Jc,

43-0 unhappy race i to what destruction has fortune reservod for you.

44—The king that yields to popular commotions

Is more the slave than sovereign of his peoplo.

Phil.

15—Idleness is shipwrock of chastity and the source of poverty

46—Temperance is the nurse of chastity.

W.

47-Surfeits destroy more than the sword or famine.

48— Whether Thou wilt slay or spare me at thy door my hoad I lay

To croatures will belongs not thy commandments I obey,

S,

49–If God did not exist, it would be necessary to invent one

50—Pride is a flower that grows in the devil's garden.

H.

51–Back-wounding calumny the whitest virtue strikos.

Sh.

52–Faith without works is like a bird without wings.

J.

53—Reason would reign, then follows love in chase,

Enters the heart and reason quits its place.

Des,

54—It is not the coat that makes the Clergyman.

Bible,

Who preach the gospel should live of the gospel.

55—The church, the holy, the high is the ladder to heaven,

56—When sorrows come they come in battalions.

Sh.

57-For modes of faith let graceless zealous fight,

His can't be wrong whose life is in the right

Pope

53– What rein can hold licentious wickedness,

When down the hill 'he holds the fierce career ?

Sh,

59 -Angels often come to visit us, and we know them whon they are gone,

60_Fire is the instrument for all arts and necessarios of life.

61-Man walks erect, the beasts go on their paws,

If man were good, he would require no laws.

Ph.

62–We acquaint ourselves with every zone,

Are unacquainted still with our own souls.

Davios.

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One Religion after Resurrection one only.
Jesus~-Of. John 10-6-Rev. 14-6-Dinkard Book 7.

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It is an offer for Christianity after resurrection, (or dooms days 21st, 22nd, 23rd March 2,125 A.D. to establish it as the religion of the world, when God wants to make it a part of the heaven, thyn every one must know and read what is religion,

The present Bible, millions after millions of men can never read, then. how can God givo it to the world in future. So this book The Family Bible " is written by the orders of God for their future bliss (Cf. Acts 3-22.)

If they reject this recommendation of God, the Jews and the Christians shall have that of the word ( Cf. John 10-16.) which the Lord will dictate after his coming from heaven Cf. Rev. 14-6-The Spirit of Truth.

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