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5- : the " suffered in the flesh arose from the dead. must He yet the ; whom name The Son there not be reckoned with of lordship is given and for He alone, as I said, is Lord by nature, being And AVord, Who transcends every created thing. " But even though by there be but one God, Whose name is the Father and one Lord, Who is the Son ; yet neither is the Father put aside from being Lord, by reason of His being God by nature nor does the Son cease from being God, because He is Lord by 11 is evervthirio; : t, " Whom is ; : For perfect freedom is the attribute of the divine and supreme substance only, and to be entirely separate from the yoke of servitude or rather, to have the creation put in And therefore, though the Onlysubjection under Its feet.
Son of man shall the But angels of God. shall be denied before the angels of God. shall speak a word against the son of And man, whosoever it shall be forgiven him: but unto him that blasphemeth against the Holy Ghost, it shall not be forgiven him. HERE too, ye who love to hear, replenish yourselves with words of holiness receive within you the knowledge of the sacred doctrines, that advancing prosperously in the faith, ye may obtain the crown of love and steadfastness in Christ. For He bestows it, not upon those whose heart is faint and easily ;he : shaken, but rather on those ( me who can with fitness " say ; For to Phil.
And he adda^S. within What shall I I lv aury B. because do, thought himself, saying, - to gather my fruits ? T<>B. And I goods. goods laid up will say to myself, Self, thou hast much for many years ; take thine ease, eat, drink, *) But God said unto him, Thou fool, this demand of thee thy soul. But whose shall enjoy thyself. night they those things be up layeth which thou hast provided treasures for himself, and So ? is he that not rich toward is H> B. God. " And in very truth it is a of benefit.
A Commentary upon the Gospel according to S. Luke, by S. Cyril, Patriarch of Alexandria. Part II by Robert Payne Smith