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On The Four Great Days, Which Have Come From One Another; Along With The Four Nights

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This chapter deals with the four great days, which have come from one another along with the four nights in Kephalaia. The twelve hours of the third day are calculated by adding the Five Sons of First Man and the Five Sons of the Living Spirit to Call and Response (1Ke 25.25-30). The first day belongs to the Father, the God of Truth. On the second day, the Third Messenger dwells in the Ship of Light. On the third day, the Column of Glory dwells in the cosmos. On the fourth day, Jesus the Splendour dwells in the church. Just as four days exist, so too do four nights exist.

Keywords:Column of Glory; Four Days; Four Nights; Jesus the Splendour; Kephalaia; Living Spirit; Third Messenger

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