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Joseph Samuel C. F. Frey


Joseph and Benjamin

Volume II

Scholar and Jewish Believer
in Yeshua HaMashiach

Messiah the Judge of the World


Summary of Contents

Letter 1
The General Resurrection

The term explained. Importance. The doctrine proved. Possible. Analogy. Ideas of reward and punishment. Proved from Scripture, 2 Cor. 5:10; Job 19:25-27; Isaiah 26:19; John 5:28,29; 1 Cor. 15. Its nature. Author. Design. Improvement.

Letter 2
General Judgment

Proved from man's relation to God as his creatures and subjects. From the justice of God. From the dictates of conscience. From remarkable judgments inflicted. From the Scripture. From the testimony of heathens. The person to be the judge is Christ. He is invested with this office, as a reward for his sufferings. To the honor of his kingly office. The manner of his appearance. The persons to be tried. The matter for which they will be judged. The evidence to be produced. The properties of the trial. Impartial. Distinct. Convincing. Close.

Letter 3
Misery of the Wicked

Its nature. Punishment of loss. Debarred from the beatific vision of God. Excluded from the court of heaven. Punishment of sense. Torments of conscience. Duration.

Letter 4
Happiness of the Righteous

Inconceivably great. Character of the righteous. Nature of their happiness. Negatively freed from sin. From the consequences of it. Positive happiness. Perfection of knowledge. Of will. The powers of the soul in full exercise, also of the body. The society and employment of heaven. Beauty and glory of the place. Duration.

Letter 5

Address to Benjamin, 385. To the Jewish nation, 386. To Christians, 390.

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