Eph. 1 and Col. 1, reveal the Second person of the Trinity as the Creator of all things visible and invisi ble, while Heb. 1 sets Him forth as the Creator Of the ages (e. V., words). Hence we see that the Divinity executes the work Of creation in the second person. The above, with many other scriptures, reveals the co eternity of the Son with the Father. In all our medi tations and apprehensions Of the Divinity we must steer clear of the tritheistic heresy; i. E., separating too widely between the persons of the God-head, thus digressing into-the idea of three Gods instead of one. While the Son, our Savior, has existed from the beginning, having tossed millions of worlds from his creative fingers, mean while the morning stars sang together, and sons Of God shouted for joy, and the redemption Of this fallen world with its inhabitants was a stupendous reality in the divine mind from all eternity, and really efiicient from the fall and the days of Abel; deep and unfath omable reasons for the postponement of the Divine ineli nation, the grand, salient ostensible fact of the redemp tive scheme supervened through the rolling centuries. A mention of the more prominent will be edifying to the readers.