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4 Mar 2014

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Could you please explain the meaning of “every stone in its testimonial“ in the following sentence? I found it in an article from a newspaper issued in the end of the 19th century.
Every letter in the record of this version of God’s word shall be a regenerated soul, every stone in its testimonial shall be an redeemed family, every note in its paean an angel’s joy.
Thank you in advance.

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Could you please explain the meaning of “every stone in its testimonial“ in the following sentence?  I found it in an article from a newspaper issued in the end of the 19th century.
Every letter in the record of this version of God’s word shall be a regenerated soul, every stone in its testimonial shall be an redeemed family, every note in its paean an angel’s joy.
Thank you in advance.
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