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|The adventures of Desperaux Tilling, a small mouse of unusual talents, the princess that he loves, the servant girl who longs to be a princess, and a devious rat determined to bring them all to ruin.|
|115 The Master— Passion Of The Cross April 8 "He saved others; Himself He |
cannot save." — Mark ... If He had saved Himself (as He easily could have done)
He could not have saved others. ... Well, listen again to those priests and scribes
|But now the mockers are chanting, “He saved others”—that is, he helped them, |
he cured them, he was such a good savior. “But he can't save himself!” In other
words, “Look at him. He is completely shackled; he is completely tied down.
|A hiker describes how he discovered a malnourished, abandoned, abused and dying puppy at the bottom of a canyon in a remote area of Arizona and explains how rescuing the dog also helped him save himself.|
|Similarly, good man, though a Bodhisattva may have defilements and amuse |
himself with the five sensuous pleasures, still, because he has the ... how can he
help others? ... defiled in mind, pity him, and think him to be dissipated, saying, '
Such a person cannot save even himself from sarhsara, let alone all sentient
|He promises to save man, there He gives the promise to the flesh. ... Since would |
it not be unquestionably absurd, if, while these two are in the same being and
according to the same law, the one were saved and the other not? ... But He is
good, and will have all to be saved. ... and inspired by Him, and therefore He
desires to save what is peculiarly His own and akin to Himself; but the flesh is
|They should have argued, "He saved others, therefore he could save himself, |
and if he do not, it is for some good reason." But, Secondly, They would insinuate,
that, because he did not now save himself, therefore all his pretence to save ...
|Joe Simpson and his climbing partner, Simon Yates, had just reached the top of a 21,000-foot peak in the Andes when disaster struck. Simpson plunged off the vertical face of an ice ledge, breaking his leg.|
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|may indeed be said to save through Jesus, but the Scriptures do not hesitate to |
say that Jesus saves as well. ... Not only did God raise Jesus from the dead (
romans 8:11) but Jesus said that he would raise himself as well (John 2:19–20).
... Obviously, the New Testament is not using the term Savior in regard to Jesus to
merely depict someone who helps us in life ... In other words, God saves through
Jesus in that Jesus himself also assumes the role of 70 The Trinity, Practically