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|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.
Garma C. C. Chang - 2008 - 516 pages
|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
Alexander Roberts, Sir James Donaldson, Arthur Cleveland Coxe - 1885
|They make God, then, ungrateful and unjust, if, while both believe on Him, He |
desires to save one and not the other. ... part of himself, saves himself by his own
means, lest he become defective in that part ; and this is not the act of a good
|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 ...
David Wootton - 2003 - 511 pages
|The preaching clergy, or universative power, promises to save the creation |
declaratively, but he is a false Christ; he ... any other, for while he carries
burdened men from one court to another promising to save them, he at last saves
himself ... Well, from the bailiff to the judge, these are the creations of this
Egyptian taskmaster, ...
|He saved others." The Jews acknowledged this, yet they crucified him. He whose |
only offense was that " he went about doing good," was hanged as a malefactor,
and he lifted no hand in self-defense, nor uttered a word of reproach against his ...
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|The Apostle, as well as the outstanding individual, can bring a horse water, but |
he cannot make him drink. ... God while the outstanding individual by exerting his
authority fails to perform his God-appointed task and prevents another from
attaining the highest. What is so confusing is how, exactly, does the Apostle, by
exerting, announcing, or proclaiming his authority, save an ... If, on the one hand,
he lives in a passionate age, he saves himself in one way: he seeks help from the