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One great object in the study of the Apocalypse is the extraordinary light and interest it throws upon the whole of the Old Testament; there is hardly a passage which does not contain some allusion to an image or expression of the Prophets; it will often furnish a key to the Old Testament itself, and brings it out as a new and expressive language to us of the last days and of all times it confirms the impression which the holiest of men have ever had that the Scriptures, as the Word of God, are full of meaning, looking before and after with many eyes. It is not as Bishop Andrewes says, and as the mere historic interpreters suppose, that Daniel is the basis of these prophecies, but all the old Scriptures alike; or if any one part more than another, the Prophet Ezekiel. The Apocalypse itself fills every passage of the Old Testament with life; confirms the Patristic and Catholic mode of interpretation; makes the whole of Scripture harmonious and complete, crown ing and perfecting, and bringing it home to us with universal application as altogether divine. Without it the Scriptures themselves were as a house without a roof. The Old Testament - the old Law lives again in a new and spiritual life; not embalmed and laid with reverential care aside in the grave, but arisen from the dead and alive for evermore, like its own Divine Founder.

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