Acts 3:21

Whom the heaven must receive until the times of restitution of all things, which God has spoken by the mouth of all his holy prophets since the world began.
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Clement Of Alexandria

AD 215
Now, just Lot (for I pass over at present the account of the economy of regeneration

George Leo Haydock

AD 1849
Whom heaven indeed must receive, as also in the Protestant translation not contain: nor can any argument be drawn from hence, that Christ's body cannot be truly at the same time in the holy Sacrament, especially after a different manner. The true sense of these words is, that heaven is the place of Christ's abode, till the day of judgment, and that it was in vain for them to think that he would come to take possession of any temporal kingdom. (Witham) The restitution of all things. Jesus remains in heaven, till his second coming to judge the living and the dead. That is the great day, when every thing shall be finally settled, and restored to its proper order. He shall avenge the injuries done to God; restore peace to the afflicted just men of the earth, and justice to their persecutors. He shall exalt his Church, and himself receive the homage of adoration, from every tribe of men. (Calmet) See 2 Peter iii. 13. which text, together with what we read in this place, joins inseparably ...

Theophylact of Ochrid

AD 1107
which God has spoken of by the mouth of his holy prophets, from ages past: Because all the Scriptures of the Old Testament were a constant prophecy of Christ. For both our father Adam himself, and the other fathers, by their deeds bore testimony to His dispensation. All the prophets spoke of the Incarnation, and therefore it is said, As he spoke by the mouth of his holy prophets. ...

Knowing this first, that no prophecy of the scripture is of any private interpretation. - 2 Peter 1:20

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