Think on These Things
Think on these things by George Hawtin. “Of the writing of books there is no end,” the wise man said, and the apostle John concluded his gospel with the words, “I suppose, if all the books were written that should be written, even the world itself could not contain the books that should be written.” There never does seem to be any end to the subjects upon which one should write, for the need of the hour pre-sents them continually to mind. Each seems to be as important as the other, for they are all essential to our spiritual growth in Christ. Yet for all our reading there still remains a great gap in our spiritual understanding that can be filled only by the Lord Himself, who takes the things of God and shows them unto His chosen people. (George Hawtin)
Think on These Things
I have experienced an ever-increasing longing in my heart to help the people of God into a closer communion with Him and into a better understanding of His ways, His plans, and His purposes, that in union with Him and Him alone we may enter the glory He is preparing for those who love Him and long to be with Him in righteousness, holiness, and true judgment in that wonderful age when the eyes of all men are opened and all things begin to be restored unto Him. (George Hawtin)
It is high time for all the people of the Lord to take a sober look at themselves, for to my own great sorrow I am made aware that there are many foolish and vain talkers among God’s children who are mistaking their own personal ambitions for the will of the Father, vainly imagining they have attained a place in God that they have not attained. We should never pay heed to any man who tries to tell us that he and his little group are manifested sons of God, for this is nothing but pride, vain glory, and foolishness. Thus far God has manifested only one Son, and that Son is His first begotten, the Lord Jesus Christ. The glory of the fullness of the “in Christ” experience is far beyond the scope of our writing here – indeed, far beyond our ability to write at all. Its fullness has not been reached by any man now living and will not be reached until God brings us to the fullness of that blessed virgin state where male and female are in one as Adam was before Eve was taken from him, and, indeed, as Jesus, the second Adam, was when He came into the world. Theirs was the pure virgin state. (George Hawtin)
Theirs was God’s son-ship in truth. In Christ there is neither male nor female be-cause they both exist together in that pure state of sonship. The one hundred forty-four thousand sons who stand on Mount Zion are said to be virgins. They were neither male nor female because they were pure sons of God as was Christ Jesus, or Adam before the woman was taken from him. They are the in Christ company who have become a kind of first fruits of that pure virgin state of sonship. As was the first Adam in his pure virgin state of sonship, and as was the Lord Jesus Christ, the second Adam, in His virgin sonship, so also shall be the sons of God, the third Adam, in their pure virgin state of sonship as they stand with Jesus Christ in perfection on Mount Zion to govern the world in righteousness. For the law shall go forth from Zion and the word of the Lord from Jerusalem.
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