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      The Story
      of the
      Royal Arch
      by
      William Harvey

      The Story of the Royal Arch

      by William Harvey

      Excerpt


      Sive scene opened to my view of the rvlory and goodness Of the Most Excellent High Priest of our salvation. I dug deep for hidden treasures, found them, and regained the Omnific Word Bro. Hutchinson, writing of the moral value of the Degree says, As Moses was commanded to put his Shoes from off his feet on Mount Horeb, because the ground whereon he trod was sanctified bv the presence of the Divinity, so the Mason who would prepare himself for this ex alted stage of Masonry should advance in the naked paths of truth, be divested of every degree Of arrogance, and ap proach with steps of innocence, humility and virtue, to challenge the ensigns of an order whose institutions arise on the most solemn and sacred principles of religion.

      Book Details


      PIBN10013612
      ISBN978-1-330-05154-2
      ISBN (Hardcover)978-1-5284-8994-2
      LanguageEnglish
      CategoryFreemasonry
      Pages150
      Words24852
      Vocabulary1871

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