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Which hath foundations, whose builder and maker is God, (Hebrews 11:10) I think it not improper to notice this, in a work of this kind, inasmuch as we meet with the expression frequently in Scripture, both in allusion to the church of God upon earth, and the church triumphant in heaven. (See Psalms 46:4; Psa 48:1; Psa 48:8; Psa 87:3; Song of Song of Solomon 3:2-3 and also Hebrews 12:22; Revelation 3:12; Rev 21:2-10; Rev 22:19) The city of God in his church upon earth, and in heaven, is one and the same. It is peculiarly called his, because he hath founded it and built it, and dwells in it, and is the governor of it, and grants to the citizens the privileges and immunities of it. It is the Lord's property both by purchase, and by conquest, and he hath the whole revenue of it. And hence, all the inhabitants of this city are, in heart and mind, one and the same. For though the church here below is in a militant state, and the church above, freed from this warfare, is triumphant, yet, equally dear are the citizens of both to the Lord of the country. They all speak the same language, all wear the same garment, Christ's righteousness, all love the same Lord, and his Zion, and prefer her interests above their chief joy. (Psalms 137:6) Reader, what saith your heart to those characters? (See that Scripture, Revelation 22:14-15)

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Hawker, Robert D.D. Entry for 'City'. Hawker's Poor Man's Concordance and Dictionary. London. 1828.

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