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and Eph. 1: 7 demanded for its elucidation every type in the ceremonial law, together
with the witness of the four Gospels, the Acts, and all the other Epistles.
It is not for us to argue about the elective purposes of God, but to remember that
"faith" is as closely related to our appreciation of the teaching of Ephesians (1: 13, 15;
2: 8; 3: 17; 4: 5, 13; 6: 16) as it is with our justification or acceptance of the gift of
life. While we preach and teach "the mystery", it is untrue or suggest that we "make a
mystery of it". We seek by exposition, by exhortation, by printed page, and by spoken
word to "make all men see what is the dispensation of the mystery" (Eph. 3: 9, R.V.).
We hope this series of simple testimonies will be honoured by the Lord and used to
remove prejudices, to illuminate darkness, and bring light and blessing to many of our
readers. Not only so, but we trust that our readers will find them of service when seeking
to minister these precious doctrines to others. We cannot say which the Lord may use,
either "this or that", so we publish, in faith, what has been sent, and leave the choice with