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Light & Truth - The Gospels - Footnotes Light & Truth: The Gospels by Bonar, Horatius





[1] "Vae tibi flumen moris humani! Quis resistit tibi? Quam diu non siccaberis? Quousque volves Evae filios in mare magnum et formidolosum, quod vix transeunt qui signum conscenderint."-Augustine, Conf B. I. c. xvi.


"Woe to thee, O river of human custom! Who resists thee? When shalt thou be dried up? How long wilt thou toss the sons of Eve upon a vast and terrible ocean, which even they who have gone up into the cross (as their vessel can hardly navigate?" Would that these solemn words were sounded over our land, and through our churches, in these days of approved, and licensed, and (shall I say) consecrated worldliness?


[2] The Lord did hardly any miracles either for himself or his disciples.