A Suggestive Commentary On St John With Critical And Homiletical Notes

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Description : This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1879 edition. Excerpt: ... gliding away. Our Lord at the proper time cries, " I am He." John xviii. 5. But He now avoids alike the praises of friends and the envy of malicious foes. We have no word in our poor tongue to express the retiring of Deity. "It is the glory of God to conceal a thing." Prov. xxv. 2. The secret descent of the nightly dews, and the noiseless movements of the mighty orbs of heaven, illustrate this feature. Xo one hears the sunlight or the operation of those laws that bind atoms and worlds. All creation, for aught we know, rose into being as silently as the spheres now revolve. thing. Multitude. Crowds soon assemble in a large city at any strange After such acts, our Lord often loved to retire into secret places. Men might find the Lord in their secret chamber, but they dread solitude. Hence the rush of myriads after any pleasure where they can be rid of themselves. Young, We may live in a crowd, but we must die alone. Jay. Retirement has many temptations, but society more. Kempis. Tendency of society: 1. To stir up and strengthen the impulses of our animal nature. 2. To produce habits of superficial thought, 3. To destroy the sense of individual responsibility. 4. To promote forgetfulness of God. Thomas. "Arise, go forth into the plain, and I will there talk with thee." Ezek. iii. 22. Ministers, above all men, require seasons of devout solitude. Monod. True solitude is in the heart; he that finds it not thoro finds it nowhere. Vinet. Son. Xone of the crowd would tell him. Titch. Why? The Saviour, especially after miracles, retired. Liicke. Impression that Jesus was going iviund alone, and that John did not witness the miracle. Weisse. Jesus told him of it. Lange. Our Lord avoided applause. Grotius. The dialogue...


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