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A Short Meditation On The Moral Glory Of The Lord Jesus Christ, Biscuit Bear
674da32071 I say not how Paul avowed himself a Pharisee in the mixed assembly, in order to shelter himself; or how he spake evil of the high priest that was judging him. "Skin for skin," the accuser may have to say of another, and like words that charge and challenge the common corrupted nature; but he had nothing to do, as an accuser of Jesus, before the throne of God. There the Lord carries on with him the gracious work He had begun ere He left him, and carries it on exactly from the point where He left it. He becomes again (borrowing the word from Matt. In His Person (but surely there only) man was reconciled to God. Publisher Year 1865 Pages 97 Possible copyright status NOTINCOPYRIGHT Language English Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of Oxford University Collection europeanlibraries plus-circle Add Review comment Reviews There are no reviews yet. This paperback book is SEWN perfect bound, where the book block is actually sewn (smythe sewn/section sewn) with thread before binding which results in a more durable type of paperback binding.
His rights were maintained, His goodness displayed. The darkness did not comprehend Him; the world, neither by its religion nor its wisdom, knew Him. But Jesus was not to be drawn from the high moral elevation that He filled, and from whence He heard and saw everything, even by words like these. But there it shone, whether man could bear it or not. He did not know the Stranger on the shore to be Jesus; but when John revealed that fact to him, the Stranger was a stranger to him no more, but the sooner and the nearer he could get to Him the better. "These are the words," says He, "which I spake unto you when I was yet with you, that all things must be fulfilled, which were written in the law of Moses, and in the prophets, and in the psalms, concerning me." He thus reminds them that He had already told them, that Scripture was the great witness of the Divine mind, that all found written there must surely be accomplished here. He knew when to own the claims of his mother, when she made them; when to resist them, though she made them; when to recognize them unsought. He prized it in the hour of weakness and pressure, and would have the hearts of His companions bound to Him then.