J. N. Darby.
(Notes and Comments Vol. 4.)
- 6. The Lord cannot give up His elect, but He can reject and refuse all the ordinances by which He is, in a given dispensation, in relationship with the people - His ordinances. "He hath violently taken away his tabernacle, he hath destroyed his places of the assembly." "The Lord hath cast off his altar, he hath abhorred his sanctuary." They are called Israel's too, in speaking of other things, but here applied to the Lord. This is a serious point of view as to that which might seem stable because the Lord had appointed it for Himself.