Box 13, Folder 21, Document 82

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Box 13, Folder 21, Document 82

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CThe King of Kings
and the
Lord of Lords



“He brought me into the
banqueting house, and his
banner over me was love”

Sonc or SoLomon 2:4
Welcome Your Majesty

The Scriptures show that the Lord is present
and we wish to be among the first to unfurl His
banner of Love. Our own national emblem,
just as do the flags of other nations, tend to
separate people and seems to give those of
every nationality the feeling “I am better than
you.” But with His Majesty that is not so.
To Him we are all human beings, and all are
dependant upon Him for life.

Signs of His presence. In Daniel 12:1 we
read “And at that time (this time) shall
Michael stand up, the great Prince which
standeth for the children of the people: and
there shall be a time of trouble, such as never
was since there was a nation.” In the second
chapter Daniel tells of a “stone” that was to
smite that great image upon the feet and
break it to pieces. The image represented the
Gentile governments of the earth, it struck in
1914. and continues to destroy the nations,
and it is to become “a great mountain” (king-
dom) and fill the whole earth. It cannot be
stopped for it is God’s kingdom. Mountain
means kingdom.

This is that time spoken of by the prophet
Ezekiel, “They shall seek peace and there
shall be none” (Izek, 7:25). From the time
of Woodrow Wilson and the League of Nations
until this time with United Nations and with
President Johnson and many other fine men

and women pléading for peace, but all in vain.
Our great Creator has reserved the honor of
establishing peace upon the earth for His Son
the Prince of Peace (Isa. 9:6). He bought
that right by giving Himself as a Ransom
sacrifice for Adam and his posterity.

Does not such a King deserve the fullest
obedience and all the honor and praise pos-
sible for man to render? And now let us
consider the laws that shall govern His reign.

“Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all
thine heart, soul, strength and mind: and
the second is like unto it. Thou shalt love
thy neighbor as thy self.

As ye would that others do unto you, do
ye even so unto them.”

It is love, can anyone ask for more?

Let us learn to love each other
And treat each man asa brother
Without regard to creed or race
Without regard to time or place.

Today the negro is hating the white man
and the white man is hating the negro; one is
just as wrong as the other. Won't you be one
of those to surrender to His Majesty and lift
up his banner of Love. The Lord says “This
is the way, walk ye in it.”

“Love ye one another.”
Blessings for’ All

Turn to Isaiah 25:6 and read “And in this
mountain (kingdom) shall the Lord of Hosts
make unto all people, a feast of fat things.”
The same prophet in chapter 35 says “Then
shall the eyes of the blind be opened, and
the ears of the deaf be un-stopped.” “And
an highway shall be there . . . And the ran-
somed of the Lord shall return, and come to
Zion with songs of everlasting joy upon their
heads.” “Yea, they shall sit every man under
his own vine and fig tree and none shall hurt
or make him afraid.” “Then shall they say
Lo, this is our God, we have waited for Him’.’
“Let the wicked forsake his way, and the un-
righteous man his thoughts: and let him re-
turn unto the Lord: and he will have mercy
upon him, and to our God for He will abun-
dantly pardon.”

We suggest that all those interested in this
line of thought write to the Dawn, in East
Rutherford, New Jersey.

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Published by one of His Majesty’s least,
yet a most grateful subject,

Stanley Milton Tudor
Box 93
Lowell, Michigan

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