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An Introduction to the Study of Jacob Boehme's Writings (Classic Reprint)

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Excerpt from An Introduction to the Study of Jacob Boehme's Writings

No seer in recent years has climbed to greater heights or seen with clearer vision than jacob Boehme, a simple Ger man shoemaker, who faithful to his humble calling, voiced this same new thought nearly three hundred years ago. Such men are discovered periodically, when others, growing up to their directness, see a little further along the way, and no one has left burning a brighter torch for willing - 'tho perchance faltering footsteps, than the earnest student, some of whose essays have been gathered for the making of this book and I can fancy no greater delight coming to her than the thought that her words may induce some 16111511 to that great mine of wisdom and truth, where she herself delved for treasure but little suspected and less known even by those whose Spirit leads them into such search.

In these essays the reader learns to love the disciple while studying the Master, and gladly follows where she leads, until he determines to put his feet into that same narrow way that leads straight to the garden, the leaves of whose tree, are for the healing of the nations.

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Titre: An Introduction to the Study of Jacob Boehme's Writings (Classic Reprint)
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Code EAN: 9780428395155
ISBN: 0428395155
Format: Livre Relié
nombre de pages: 202
Poids: 427g
Taille: H229mm x B152mm x T15mm
Année: 2018

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