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A Life Of St John For The Young

Auhtor: George Ludington Weed

Language: english
Published: 1900

Genres:

religion,  biography
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Review by Joanna Daneman, January 2005


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... worshiped their own false gods. Their amusements were such as they were accustomed to in their distant homes. This was especially true of the Romans ...
... weaved nor of Him who would utter it in their hearing near where they then stood. They saw the shepherds and their flocks, the sparrows and the lilies, ...
... much about Him, more probably than most mothers: but she was much mistaken about what was meant by His Kingdom. She thought He would rule like ...
... thou didst gaze into that glorious eye, And hold that mighty hand within thine own. Blest through those thirty years when in thy dwelling He lived ...
... and reverence at the miracle. No Daniel was needed to interpret the meaning of that water changed into wine. John tells us what they understood ...
... He is come, He will declare unto us all things.. How the quickened ear of John must have made his heart thrill at the name Messiah. Until a few ...
... of men. From their old business He would teach them lessons about the new,-of His power, the abundance of His store, and the great things they were ...
... do not have a just view of his character it is one-sided we have an imperfect picture. 2. We see how Jesus loved him notwithstanding his imperfections. ...
... for the glory of God, that the Son of God may be glorified thereby. We are reminded of John's own words concerning the change of water into wine: ...
... of His was over her, as if in protection and benediction, while the other waved in a reproving gesture. As I read how He answered the question of Judas ...
... and the people responding, Hallelujah: Blessed is He that cometh in the Name of the Lord.. The lamb of sacrifice, slain and cleansed and roasted, ...
... words, Be of good cheer I have overcome the world.. And now as John still holds open the door, we hear the voice of prayer, such as nowhere ...
... Him say to the three, My soul is exceeding sorrowful even unto death.. [Illustration: CHRIST BEFORE CAIAPHAS Old Engraving Page 176]. The moment ...
... morbid curiosity would be gratified by the coming tragedy. But there were others-women who bewailed and lamented Him.. It is surmised that at ...
... women had left the cross, but were gazing toward it as they stood afar off. John remained with the soldiers who were watching the bodies of the crucified. ...
... and awe make him pause where love has brought him. For a few moments he is alone. His earnest gaze confirms the report of Mary that somebody has taken ...
... with them, a leader of them, a pillar for them strong and immovable. But the Upper Room was not the only place where John worshiped. The Temple was ...
... safety, in the darkness, behind bolted doors, an angel of the Lord by night opened the prison doors, and brought them out, and said, 'Go ye, and ...
... guide to the Upper Room of joy and sadness to the Priestly Palace of suffering and of shame to the cross of agony and death to the tomb of surprise ...
... illustration of the tenderness and sympathy which we may judge was increasingly manifest in St. John's character, the spirit of the Lord whose tender ...