The Harp of God eBook

Joseph Franklin Rutherford
This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 370 pages of information about The Harp of God.

Why did not Solomon give the world great inventions such as we now have? ¶ 18.

Did the prophets point to the coming of any special one to earth? ¶ 19.

What prophecy, if any, did the coming of Jesus of Nazareth tend to fulfill? ¶ 19.

How did the coming of Jesus tend to confirm the authenticity of the
Scriptures? ¶ 20.

Did the prophets understand the meaning of what they wrote concerning the happening of future events? ¶ 21.

What effort did they make to understand? ¶ 21.

Did the angels in heaven understand what the prophets were writing? ¶ 21.

What is meant by the term “the divine plan”? ¶ 22.

Who was the first one to understand the divine plan? ¶ 22.

What was the name of Jesus before he became a man? and what is the significance of his prehuman title? ¶ 22.

What is pictured by the fifth chapter of Revelation?  Give the details of the picture. ¶ 22.

Who is the “Lion of the tribe of Judah”? ¶ 23.

What is the symbolic meaning of the words “seven”, “horns,” and “eyes”? and what do these words signify as used in Revelation 5? ¶ 24.

Is there reason to expect that God would grant certain ones from time to time an increased understanding of his plan? and if so, why? ¶ 24.

What does the harp symbolize? ¶ 25.

Where is the record of the divine plan found? ¶ 25.

What does this record reveal concerning man? ¶ 25.

By whom has God spoken his fundamental truths? ¶ 25.

What is the law of God? ¶ 25.

Define law. ¶ 25.

Where is the law of God found? ¶ 25.

What is the meaning of the word David? ¶ 26.

Whom did David picture or typify? ¶ 26.

What did David’s use of the harp typify or picture? ¶ 26.

What is pictured or symbolized by the ten strings of David’s harp? ¶ 26.

Name the ten fundamental truths represented by the strings on the harp. ¶ 26.

How can one learn to use the harp of God? ¶ 27.

What effect is produced upon one who skillfully uses the harp? ¶ 27.


  Harps of eternity! begin the song,
  Redeemed, and angel harps! begin to God,
  Begin the anthem ever sweet and new,
  While I extol Him holy, just, and good. 
  Life, beauty, light, intelligence, and love! 
  Eternal, uncreated, infinite! 
  Unsearchable Jehovah!  God of truth! 
  Maker, upholder, governor of all: 
  Thyself unmade, ungoverned, unupheld. 
  Omnipotent, unchangeable, Great God! 
  Exhaustless fullness! giving unimpaired! 
  Bounding immensity, unspread, unbound! 
  Highest and best! beginning, middle, end. 
  All-seeing Eye! all-seeing, and unseen! 
  Hearing, unheard! all knowing, and unknown! 
  Above all praise! above all height of

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