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Williams, Rev. Lukyn [exposition]. Caffin, Rev. Physical description; two volumes. Subjects; St. The Pulpit Commentary. Christian exegesis. Christian writings. Hard Cover. Exposition by Very Rev. Farrar, homiletics Rev. David Thomas; homilies by various authors - Rev. Donald Fraser, Rev. Ex-Chancellor Lipscomb, Rev.
Hurndall, Rev. Professor J. Thomson, Rev. Tuck, Rev. Waite, Rev. Boards slightly warped, few marks, small tears at top of spine, endpapers browned. First Edition. Subjects; The Acts of the Apostles. Pulpit Commentary. Biblical Commentaries. Condition: Fine. Eerdmans Publishing Co. Light wear. Light soiling. Lightly bumped corners. He began "both to do and teach ver.
The teaching of Christ covered all the ground on which we most urgently need enlightenment. He taught us all that we want to know concerning 1 the nature and disposition of God, including his attitude toward guilty souls; 2 the real nature of man, his true heritage and the way by which he could return to God; 3 what constitutes moral excellency in God's sight: how man can do and be that which is due to himself and to all by whom he is surrounded; 4 the truth respecting the future world.
The story of his passion" ver. In the case of all other of the children of men, the narrative of the last hours is felt to be but the necessary closing of the chapter. In his case alone the relation of the Passion is felt by us all to be the supreme and culminating point the one indispensable feature of his whole career; that to which everything led up, for which everything prepared, compared with which everything else was unimportant.
Never, at any period of his ministry, did the Son of God so truly and so largely fulfill the mission on which he came, as when he was "putting away sin by the sacrifice of himself ," as when he was betrayed and smitten and reviled, as when he was "lifted up" on the cross and "poured out his soul unto death. He came to be the holy, loving, patient, truthful, reverent One he was. The historian does not speak here of this his exemplary life before his Passion, but we may have it in our mind as a complementary thought; he does, however, refer to his life after the Passion ver.
This is divisible into two parts. Then he bore witness to the reality of his work and the genuineness of his mission: he "showed himself alive He is now doing the work of administration. As he arrested Paul on his way to Damascus and charged him to enter his service, as he inspired and directed his servants so that the "acts of the apostles" are his acts through them ; so now he is administering the affairs of his blessed kingdom by enlightening, inspiring, governing his Church by his Spirit see ver.
We have here indications of the kind and method of service which it belongs to us to render. We are: 1. To look expectantly. We too are to "wait for the promise of the Father" ver 4 ; often in our Christian life, from its very beginning to its very end, asking and waiting. We are to ask, to seek, to knock - if need be, again and again; not impatient to receive, but remembering that God knows when as well as how to bestow.
To receive gratefully. We too "shall be baptized with the Holy Ghost" ver. God will come to us in rich effusion if only we ask earnestly and wait patiently; then we shall receive joyfully, and our hearts will fill with sacred and happy gratitude. To submit cheerfully. Our Lord ofttimes says to us, "It is not for you to know" ver. We long to know many things not revealed, and this is his reply to our vain curiosity. Or we long to effect impossible things, and then he says to us, "It is not for you to do.
To testify faithfully.
It was a far higher function for the apostles to bear witness to Christ - to the greatness of his person, the beauty and tenderness of his spirit, the fullness and joy of his salvation - than to be the depositaries of heavenly secrets as to dates and places. There is nothing we should so earnestly aspire and so strenuously strive to become, as faithful witnesses of Jesus Christ.
We cannot conceive of a nobler work than to be, by life and lip, bearing testimony to him, constraining our fellow men to realize his readiness to receive, his willingness to forgive, and his power to bless and to ennoble them. Johnson I. In the work of God all is continuous. As in nature there is no pause, but in autumn we find the new petiole or leaf-stalk already formed when the old leaf is detached, so in the kingdom of God.
There were ages of preparation for Christ's coming; and when he came, his life-work was a making ready to go. Full of blessing was the ministry of his visible presence; fuller still was to be that of the invisible Spirit. He must go that the Spirit may come John The progress is ever from the visible and finite form to the eternal and infinite spiritual content.
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Preparation by special instruction. John ; John These parting commands were charged with the holiest unction; were breathed forth in spiritual power, with the deep earnestness and tenderness of a Divine farewell.
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All his commands are summed up in the great word "love. Obedience to Christ is, in one word, the unfolding of love in all life-relations.
Christian duties and graces are but the various forms which Divine love would stamp on conduct. By manifestations era risen life. His appearances were firmly accredited as red, says St.