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The Key of David

By Warder Cresson (Michael Boaz Israel ben Abraham).

Mordecai's Exaltation

The Law is the "Life of the King," (Esther vi. 1 and 2,) and the constitution of his Divine Being.

When it shall be plainly seen and made manifest, that God's Israel, the Jews, have been his faithful Depositories and Stewards of the Holy Bible, during the Dark Ages, upon whose faithfulness is dependent the whole World's salvation, "for Salvation is of the Jews," (John 4:22,) what will be said when it will be seen, by an astonished and self-condemned World, that God's whole Incorporeal, Moral Existence has been all dependent upon his Most Holy Divine Law, and Israel's faithfully adhering and preserving, in supporting it and maintaining it, for hundreds and hundreds of years before the commencement of the Christian Era, and that too amidst all kinds of Cruelty, Scorn, and Contempt, that Envy could suggest, or Malice invent, or Hatred inflict,--Christians continually telling them that "The Law was all 'Abrogated,' 'Fulfilled,' and 'Finished?" This will be as certainly seen as that "God is a Spirit," "without Body or Parts," that is, Incorporeal.

What will then be thought and said of the Jews?

Ans. That they are God's "Witnesses," see Isa. 43:10.

What Honor will then be given to the Jews, i.e. Mordecai?

"Let the ROYAL APPAREL* be brought, which the King used to wear, and the horse that the King rides upon, and the Crown Royal which is set upon his head."

* The "BEST ROBE," the "GLORY," will then be put upon the "Younger" Son, Jacob. See Luke. 15:22.

"And let this apparel and horse be delivered to the hand of one of the King's most noble princes, that they may array the man withal whom the King delights to honor, and bring him on horseback through the streets of the City, and proclaim before him, Thus shall it be done to the man whom the King delights to honor." Esther 6:8, 9.

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