"There is great consolation in the fact that the Lord Himself covered the broken law with a mercy-seat; and then He, the merciful God, took His position upon that seat, so that every sinner who comes confessing his sins, may receive mercy and pardon. That mercy-seat, with the cloud of glory, the visible representation of God's presence, and its covering cherubim, is a figure, or " shadow," of the throne of the great God, who proclaims His name as "merciful and gracious, long-suffering, and abundant in goodness and truth." STEPHEN N. HASKELL; The Cross and Its Shadow, Pg. 46
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