Notes on the Life of Christ

Notes on the Life of Christ

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1860 edition. Excerpt: But He spoke to Martha of two kinds of life; He said "I am the life." He could raise dead Lazarus, He can give his people eternal life (for in Heaven there will be no more death, 'Rev. xxi. 4), and that both for soul and body. See Martha's Paith. She believed on Jesus as the Christ, the promised One, able to do all things Ey His Own Power. See what He had once said to the Jews. John v. 28, 29. Maetha Called Mary To Jesus, and she came quickly. Martha felt the comfort of his love, and wished Mary to share it, and Mary repeated part of the very words Martha had used. How they had longed for Jesus while Lazarus was dying! Perhaps they half thought He had forgotten them, but the end showed it was not so. Mary Worshipped Jesus, falling at his feet. His love to her and hers to Him did not make her forget how great He was! See the two combined, Greatness and Mercy, in Isaiah lvii. 15. See The &riep Op Jesus. He who had so much to bear Himself, and so much to do--He who was so great, so divine, loved and felt, and grieved and wept, like a man. The grief of others troubled Him, and the Son of God shed his tears over human misery. Is. lxiii. 9. There are two beautiful lessons from this. I. If others are in trouble Re Like Jesus, and feel for them. II. If you yourself are in any trouble, sorrow, need or sickness, Trust In Jesus. The kindest love of an earthly friend, precious as it is, cannot be compared with his. LESSON XXVI. I.AZAKCS BESTOBED TO LIIB. Jesus Went To The Grave Op Lazaeifs. He loved Him when he was alive, John xi. 5; and He did not forget him when dead. Those that are dead, if they loved Christ, are not lost to us; only gone before, 1 These. iv. 13, 14; and wo should think of them, and imitate that which was good in them....
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  • English
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