Very in depth study on salvation. Material condensed from volumes upon volumes of writings from 250 years ago. This study will give you the "science" surrounding your relationship between our Lord and man, heaven and hell and spirits and angels.
To test this as the truth, just apply to your life and you will see!
When the Lord speaks in Luke 12:2 about "there is nothing covered, that shall not be revealed; neither hid, that shall not be known". I HAVE THAT MATERIAL (in part) IN THIS BOOK.
Those who have no interest in learning about spiritual truths from the Word of God will be obscured or in defiance in understanding and obedience thereof, whereas, this work will be clear to those that have such an interest, and especially to those that have an affection for truth for the sake of truth, that is, who love truth because it is truth; for whatever is then loved enters with light into the mind's thought, especially truth that is loved, because all truth is in light.
The depths, knowledge, wisdom, and truths of the Word have been revealed as our Lord Himself states in Luke 12:2-3.
For there is nothing covered, that shall not be revealed; neither hid, that shall not be known. Therefore whatsoever ye have spoken in darkness shall be heard in the light; and that which ye have spoken in the ear in closets shall be proclaimed upon the housetops.
DEPTHS IN UNDERSTANDING THE WORD
The Word has been given by the Lord to man and also to the angels in order that by it they may be with Him; for the Word is the medium that unites earth with heaven, and through heaven with the Lord. Its literal sense is that which unites man with the first heaven; and as within the literal there is an internal sense which treats of the Lord; and as these senses are in order one within another, it is evident what is the nature of the union with the Lord that is effected by means of the Word.
The things in the literal sense of the Word are each and all representative of the spiritual and celestial things of the Lord's kingdom in the heavens, and in the supreme sense are representative of the Lord Himself.
The historic sense of the Old Testament holds back the mind in the literal sense, and thus remove it from the internal sense; for the historical sense is utterly different from the literal sense; for the one treats of spiritual and celestial things, and the other of worldly and earthly ones. But that the internal sense is such as has been set forth, is evident from all the details that have been unfolded.
Few understand how the Lord is the Word; for they think that although the Lord can enlighten and teach men through the Word, He cannot on this account be called the Word.
But let it be understood that every man is his own will and his own understanding, each man being thus distinct from every other; and as the will is the receptacle of love, and thus of all the goods of that love, and the understanding is the receptacle of wisdom, and thus of all things of truth belonging to that wisdom, it follows, that each man is his own love and his own wisdom, or what is the same thing, his own good and his own truth.
For no other reason is man a man, and nothing else than this in man is man.
In respect to the Lord, He is love itself and wisdom itself, thus good itself and truth itself; and this He became by fulfilling all the good and all the truth in the Word.
For he who thinks and speaks nothing but truth becomes that truth; and he who wills and does only what is good becomes that good; and as the Lord fulfilled all the Divine truth and Divine good contained in the Word, both in its natural sense and in its spiritual sense, He became good itself and truth itself, that is, the Word.