from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Manifested; consisting in manifestation.
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Every thing whatever that is manifestative of grace and good-will to sinners is of the promise, though it be not cast into a promissory form of expression.
This is that manifestative glory wherewith God satisfieth himself, until the end determined shall be.
The manifestative glory of God unto eternity, consists in the effects and accomplishment of his holy counsels.
It is not a real glory that can be wrought out for him; but it is manifestative glory; which stands in his being known and acknowledged by his creatures, the works of his hands, and so much the more by how much the more general it is.
3 But what does this manifestative aspect of our 'belief-consciousness' when it comes to the Resurrection tell us about historical evidences for the Resurrection?
That, as the reward of his conflict and victory, he has sat down with God the Father on his throne, possessed of that glory which he had with the Father from eternity, but which he was pleased very much to conceal on earth, leaving it as it were in the hands of the Father, as a pledge that he would fulfil the work of a Saviour before he reassumed that manifestative glory; and, having done so, then pignus reposcere -- he demands the pledge, to appear in his divine glory equal to the Father.