The Footsteps of St. Paul; Being the Life and Times of the Apostle

9780217586818: The Footsteps of St. Paul; Being the Life and Times of the Apostle
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1877. Excerpt: ... CHAPTER X. During Uk East Gaga of tfjt aesion. VlLLAGE OP EPHRAIM. JODRNET TO JERUSALEM. Bethahv. Peter And The Bareen Fiq-trbe. The Celebration Op The Passover. Special Warning To Peter. Gktusemane. Peter's Denial Op His Lord. His Penitence. "The Saviour looked on Peter. Aye, no word, No gesture of reproach; the heavens serene, Though heavy with armed justice, did not lean Their thunders that way: the forsaken Lird Looked only ou the traitor. None record What look that was, none guess: He went out speechless from the face of all And filled the silence, weeping bitterly."--E. Barrett Browning. "Peter may have thought that his untruth could not injure any person, while it might profit him and insure his safety; and hence that it was lawful, or at least a matter of small moment. But he soon experienced what consequences the commencement of sin cLtailed."--Luthcr. "He must have now felt fully the truth of his Lord's declaration of the preceding (lay, 'Without Me ye can do nothing.' He now learnt, no doubt, to distrust his own unaided strength."--Archhishvp Whatehj't Lectum on the Apottlt: "If Christ had not looted upon Peter, Peter had not wept. Peter's tears flowed first from the eyes of Christ.... I came, I saw, I conquered'--may be inscribed by the Saviour on every monument of His grace. I came to the sinner. I looked upon him, and with a look of omnipotent love I overcame him."--Toplady. HE crowning miracle of the raising of Lazarus shortly afterwards occurred. As l'eter, however, though doubtless present, occupies in connection with it no more prominent place than the other Apostles, we shall not dwell on the many touching incidents of that loveliest "Idyll" in our Lord's life. The miracle itself had the effect of greatly exasperating the hostility ...

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