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From whence we may infer , that his soul being inferior to his Divine nature ,
could not , by its human faculties , obtain knowledge of spiritual things , but stood
in need of communications from the Godhead , in respect to subjects above their
It is impossible for any thing to be more in . teresting than the scene here
described ; for every in dividual of the human species who has formerly lived
upon earth , who is now alive in the world , or who shall be born into it , is a party
... and as we have no cause to doubt the veracity of the Apostles and Evangelists
, or the authenticity of their writings , we ought to receive the mysterious doctrines
they teach us , as objects of faith , though abova the power of human reason to ...
From such agonies it was natural for human nature to shrink ; and our Lord ' s
being subject to them , proved that he was perfect man . On many occasions , he
had shewn the utmost compassion for the sorrows of others ; can we then wonder
... by which he insensibly helps the infirmities of human nature , enlightens the
understanding , and rectifies the will . Without such a divine Guide , the
atonement of CHRIST would have been ineffectual to man ' s salvation ; for man
would not ...
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