Master Mason

Master Mason

What is the symbolism of a Master Mason, and how represented? The Master Mason represents man, when youth, manhood, old age, and life itself, have passed away as fleeting shadows, yet raised from the grave of iniquity, and quickened into another and better existence. By its legend and all its ritual, it is implied that we have been redeemed from the death of sin and the sepulchre of pollution; and the conclusion we arrive at is, that youth, properly directed, leads us to honourable and virtuous maturity, and that the life of man, regulated by morality, faith, and justice, will be rewarded at its closing hour, by the prospect of eternal bliss. [Romans 6:4-5]


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