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1Cor 15: Behold, I shew you a mystery; We shall not all sleep, but we shall all be changed, In a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trump: for the trumpet shall sound, and the dead shall be raised incorruptible, and we shall be changed.

 
Changed Outwardly: from OT to NT, as from faith to faith
 Changed Inward: from 2 crowns to 1, as from glory to glory


Romans: ye/we are not under the law, but under grace  x2

Changed x2: is Pictured in the Biblical Emblem: 1stly it changed outwardly from OT to NT

O T Bible Emblem Old Testament <-- BC  Law On Cross  AD --> New Testament N T Bible Emblem

Then a second change occurs inwardly by it being changed from two crowns to one crown
 

 Biblical Emblem,  changed x2,  seems to pictorially reveal  His Grace is King of kings, the only winner take all in a last day shewdown

Holy Kiss: Greeting: Grace unto you, and peace,
from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ.

Pre 1900, Oxford University Press published an Oxford Fascimilie No 6 HOLY BIBLE
that is neither Roman Catholic nor Protestant (neither of purpose driven churches), but is notably purposed to make God's holy truth the more known. Therein is not only an Epistle Dedicatory of Bible Translators, but also a unique biblical emblem (shield of faith, bible crest) which firstly changed from Old to New Testament title pages:

O T Bible EmblemOT<--changed-->NT N T Bible Emblem

Changed again is pictured therein by two crowns before becoming one crown after, in both testaments; almost as if such a changed x2 picture takes 1,000 pages of Bible to explain the one winner take all of a Kingdom vs Kingdom Law vs Grace shewdown is Grace, not Law. For when Law glory is compared to Grace glory, law vanishes as the moon does when sun the comes.


A similar, but not the same, coat of arms belongs to Oxford University from as far back as 1400. But there is uncertainty about it's history and what's written on it seems open to question; Especially when compared to the Bible Emblem printed pre 1900 by Oxford University Press, which doesn't have 7 sealing clasps to the right.



A newer
gartered Crest of Arms became a registered trade mark of Oxford University in 1933. It's similar to the changed Bible Emblem in that it removes seven sealing clasps at right. But what is written thereon is not the same, and the size of the last crown is also not the same.

 
What's written on their book is presumed to be latin for "The LORD is my light": Psalms 27. Yet there's two LORDs in Psalms 27; And one is notably darkness and not light in Amos 5:18. So I asked God for understanding about the Bible Crest which notably changed x2, firstly from OT to NT and also within both testaments.
One problem I have with the university arms and crest is the size of the single crown for the after scenario isn't Large enough to be the combined volume of two crowns in the before scenario. As such it could mistakenly be assumed the single crown after is one of the twain before instead of neither like usward is neither of them vs them, and like all is neither many nor few, yet is both.

The Bible Emblem that changed has two crowns atop a book open proper, but
one noticeable Larger crown beneath it, as if a before scenario is twain and the after scenario is one; But not necessarily one of twain if single crown is larger. God is neither Jesus nor Christ; yet it is through Jesus-->Christ that we get reconciled --> to God.

The book open proper seems to indicate when the bible is read it explains the mystery of the two kingdoms becoming one which is neither; for law vs law is divided against itself (falls to ruin), and right of laws vs grace is division, not peace.


Upon a book open proper it's thought to be  latin written "The LORD is my light". But I noticed...

In the "changed" Bible Crest it's
DOMI  MINA

NVS   TIO
ILLU   MEA
  And in the older Oxford Arms it's
DOM    MINA
INVS      TIO
ILLV     MEA
  And in the newer Oxford Arms it's
DOMI MINA
NVS TIO
ILLV MEA
  Bible Crest uses both V & U, But Arms use V only;
  as KJV uses ye & you but perversions use
you only.

It makes one ponder if such Arms are grace arms that love only or law arms that both love and kill; And if there's allegory about both to be learned.

In the biblical emblem changed from OT to NT the outer cover (having 3 nail holes for hanging) is done away, as sacrifice (which is of the law) is taken away so God's grace may be of "force". Eg: He taketh away the first (law) that he may establish the second (grace): Hebrews 10:9. Perhaps it is also no longer to be hung in the NT, but worn as a "shield of faith" in order to "quench all the fiery darts of the wicked":
Eph 6.

Perhaps
a shadow to the right presumes light comes from the left, but if perceived as a mask God is hiding behind in a game of hide and seek, seek and find, then light comes from the right, His right, is not our right whenever face to face; requiring a cross over for a friendly handshake.

The biblical emblem contains a book with seven double things on the left (Old Testament), but no double things on the right (New Testament); Again different from the older Oxford Arms. Perhaps doublemindead grace + law of old is "done away" in the new and better testament, replaced with the singular mind of Christ (is the end of the law, thereby "he is our peace" Eph 2). So the Holy Bible aptly Pauline ends with TgooLJCwya. Amen, which is perhaps also called the last trump it. Selah.

Changed: Mystery: we shall not all sleep, but we shall all be changed

Changed x2: 1Corinthians 15: Behold, I shew you a mystery; We shall not all sleep, but we shall all be changed, In a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trump: for the trumpet shall sound, and the dead shall be raised incorruptible, and we shall be changed.

            Note: notice how Paul the steward of mysteries separates three things, and thrice:

            Behold, I shew you a mystery;
            We shall not all sleep,
            but we shall all be changed

            in a moment,
            in the twinkling of an eye,
            at the last trump

            for the trumpet shall sound, and
            the dead shall be raised incorruptible, and
            we shall be changed

Changed
was the buzz word of the 90's, when one generation saw more change in a decade than prior generations saw in a century. But this changed from law to law of Romans 8:2's law vs law turned out to be changed for the worse instead of changed for the better: It "changed the glory of the uncorruptible God into an image made like corruptible man" (Romans 1:23); Especially among the G. W. Bush League of nations beyond 2000, "Who changed the truth of God into a lie (law)" (Romans 1:25). G. W. Bush was heard saying: America is a nation under law, at 9/11, instead of what's written in Romans to both Jews/Gentiles: Ye/We are not under the law, but under grace x2 (Romans 6:14,15). So it's firstly changed for worse or better of two things, then secondly changed to worst or best of three things. But thank God the word worst is not mentioned in the New Testament KJV, and therein even a worse case scenario ends with what's best for all.

for the worse <-- changed --> for the better
in the Bible can be either
a latter state worse or some better thing,
depending on whether it's
draw back to perdition <-- changed --> go on unto perfection.


Changed for the worse <-- Changed --> Changed for the better

So, in 2009, after eight years of G. W. Bush law law (Titanic Mentality results in Bigger $candals), resulting in a world wide economic apocalypse (a little leaven leaveneth the whole lump), the buzz word is once again change, along with yes we can, via the Obama League of nations thinking to go on instead of draw back. Hopefully this time US of A will also stand for US Approved unto God, not both Approved and Dis-approved via Grace and Law. Hopefully it won't be a blame game ending in shame. Hopefully this time it won't be blind guides leading blind sheeple to a humpty dumpty fall, but an uprising from high-minded rights of law vs law and laws vs grace to what's higher (above up-right) and what's best for all, not some only. For law vs law is as loser vs loser: divided against itself; And even being right of laws vs grace is still division, and not peace (rest). So there remaineth a rest (peace) to the people of God, the peace and not divided, above divisions.

Broad Way (draw back)<-- Narrow Way -->(go on) More Excellent Way
worst(dead) <--worse of twain <-- Midst --> better of twain --> best(alive)

So let us be changed, let us have change, yes we can, but let the changed be for the better by rightly dividing the word of truth: joints<-->marrow, not worse by wrongly dividing the word of truth: soul<-->spirit. In other words let us be comparing spiritual things (laws) with spiritual (grace), since comparing Adams family (Adam1<-->Adam2) is not wise if "as in Adam all die". Therefore let us leave the principles (law vs law and laws vs grace); Even leave two Sons Jesus and false/true Christs by go on to a More Excellent Way: Charity never faileth when greatest of three things and put on seventh of seven, which speaks of changed that is Best for All of Good --> Better --> Best. For although the law is good, corruptible law can be a corruptible crown of good and evil, ends bad. And although another law seems better, when it's analyzed it produces evil concupiscence which even made Paul of Saul --> Paul feel wretched (worse than bad), and to the point he said: "who will save me from this body of death". But when perfected, stablished, strengthened, and settled in what's best for all, there is no law, nor both good and evil, so no dis-comfort of a bad ending. For let's note made perfect, stablished, strengthened, settled in 1Peter 5:10 begins with being made of created/made, and stablished is not yet e-stablished until strengthened and settled. Hebrews 13:9 notes the heart should be e-stablished with grace, not stablished; so eternal vs non-eternal.

First changed: with all thy getting, get it: understanding: Solomon: Proverbs 4.
Second changed: get above under-standing is neither under nor standing
(when heart is established "with" grace, JC grace instead of Noahic grace, it's pls be seated)

Second changed, of changed x2, is like a Matrix within a Matrix, allegorically speaking, from above (up-right under-standing on high) is neither under nor standing, iff you get the pun intended. Now, concerning the Bible emblem and three crowns thereof: At first
I assumed the two crowns atop a book open proper were depicting "corruptible" and "incorruptible" Law and Grace crowns mentioned by Paul The Apostle in 1Corinthians 9:25, notably sought by they(them) and we(us), when striving for mastery in all things. But the word incorruptible is not followed by crown as the word corruptible is followed by crown. In the same manner, concerning born again, the word incorruptible is not followed by seed as the word corruptible is followed by seed in 1Peter 1:23. Same thing applies for corruptible man in Romans 1:23; for incorruptible is as changed from mortal (man can lie and die) to immortal (God cannot lie nor die): 1Corinthians 15:53. God is not a corruptible man(mortal), not a corruptible seed seeking a corruptible crown; not even a seed seeking a crown, so not one of twain, but one that is neither of twain.  See for yourself:

Romans 1:22,23 Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools, And changed the glory of the uncorruptible God into an image made like to corruptible man... and creeping things

1Corinthians 9:24,25 Know ye not that they which run in a race run all, but one receiveth the prize? So run, that ye may obtain. And every man that striveth for the mastery is temperate in all things. Now they [do it] to obtain a corruptible crown; but we an incorruptible.

1Peter 1:23
Being born again, not of corruptible seed, but of incorruptible, by the word of God, which liveth and abideth for ever.


So then, two crowns in the biblical emblem (shield of faith, Bible Emblem, Bible Crest) are not corruptible and incorruptible, but rather both corruptible. Only the third crown is incorruptible, and it is neither of the two crowns in the before part of before/after.

I also assumed a final crown, having volume of two crowns, simply depicted Grace as winner take all in a Law vs Grace (Gods) last day shewdown. I've since learned there's also two sorts of grace, and two sorts of be perfect and two sorts of love one another, as there seem to be two sorts of everything to sort out in a twain shew on high.

Example of Two sorts of be perfect from Genesis 17:1 and Matthew 5:48:
Law Driven: walk before me, be perfect, or else ... legalistic perfectionist driven to faultfinder
Grace Led: follow me, be perfect, also merciful ... grace us led unto perfection is also merciful

The sort of grace higher God and Son are neither make sides nor take a side in kingdom wars, because all sides wars have side effects to both sides of such blame games. In other words, even when New of Old/New, You of Ye/You, there's still two sorts of New You to sort out prior to the end. For the third and final crown after of before/after the book open proper, especially of a before/after emblem already outwardly "changed", is neither of, nor any mixture of, two crowns atop the book open proper. For example...

  Old     New          Ye     You          Them1   Them2         Great     Greater          Good     Better
     Eternal                Neither                      Us                        Greatest                         Best

For even when right of law vs law it's still law, and such is as loser vs loser: "divided against itself", and if a new you is greater of such great greater law law, it can become "greater damnation"; For it's not ye but "you" in the
Galatians 5:4 "fallen" latter state where "Christ is of no effect to you". Yet even when right of laws vs grace, it still gives place to law, thereby to division and not peace; Perhaps the reason Hebrews 4:8 notes neither of two crowns Jesus (Son of Man and Son of God) gave either of them rest(peace). Furthermore whenever two alternate endings such as this or that (law or grace) get mirrorly reversed to that or this (grace or law), as in the five (either or's) in one house divided of Matthew 12:30-37, then the end result of such twain or else notably ends badly:
    - as badly as either with or against ends against (against us: Col 2:14),
    - as badly as either gathering or scattering abroad ends scatter-brained,
    - as badly as either forgiven or not forgiven ends not forgiven by unpardonable sin,
      also law imputed,
    - as badly as either make the tree fruit good or corrupt ends corrupt by a little leaven
      leaveneth the whole,
    - as badly as either justified or condemned ends condemned by inexcusable law. 
An example of twain things ending bad is two resurrections in John 5:29, where the second of such good and evil law law in such "verily verily" gospel according to John is notably the "resurrection of damnation", and perhaps the "greater damnation" of great and greater damnations, resurrections, when being double-minded man, which is notably "unstable" in "all" of his (plural this/that) "ways".

 eg:  This-->That       Adam1-->Adam2     mirrorly reversed to     That-->This          Christ-->Jesus
          Better                     Christ                                                  Worse                   Mediation

Furthermore, reconciliation of the world, notably done in Christ (not two crowns Jesus), by and unto that God of this/that Gods, is neither reconciliation unto two Sons Jesus nor reconciliation unto false/true Christs, but reconciliation "to God" in 2Corinthians 5. As such it's as higher exhortation from above to go on unto perfection by leaving principles, in order to go up higher than high, after rightly dividing joints vs marrow (laws vs grace) to marrow (grace) instead of wrongly dividing asunder soul vs spirit, which is as in Adam all die whether Adam1 vs Adam2: divided against itself. In other words reconciling prophesy instead of divisional prophecies, groom instead of gloom, for charity edifies(from below) and exhorts(from above) to comfort only, not comfort + discomfort, nor discomfort or comfort, but comfort only. So in other words charity instead of love; for charity
(grace) edifies up, but love(law) puffeth up. Charity also exhorts go on to go up higher, but law love draws back to perdition them who got puffed up to being right to make others wrong. So the two crowns should be comparing spiritual things (laws) with spiritual (grace), and the third crown should be neither, since Noahic grace having partiality is not the same as JC grace has no partiality; and reconciliation is neither to two Sons Jesus nor to false/true Christs arise, but to God.

   This     That       Holy     Holier          Safe     Safer          Jesus     Christ          Great     Greater
       Neither                Holiest                     Safest                     God                         Greatest

The POINT being: of all said herein about such "changed" x2 is:
Ye/We are "not under the law", but "under grace"... x2 on high;
Yet if e-stablished "with" GRACE above it's not "under" grace.
So let's go above & beyond under-standing, to being seated above.

GRACE... is neither under nor standing ... above: higher than heavens
Law vs Grace ... get it right: under-standing... on high in the heavens

The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ with you all. Amen.
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