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“Fourth, there is in the observing of the Lord’s Supper a proclamation. Christ” (Page 140)
“Third, Paul was encouraged by God’s ability to renew his spirit when circumstances got him down.” (Page 226)
“The love of which they spoke and wrote was not some abstract virtue out of Greek thought. Rather, it was a love that had been defined by God’s action in sending Jesus Christ into the world. It was a love that reached out to those who did not deserve it; a love that put the interest of others first; a love that forgave people and started over with them; and a love that sacrificed itself for others. It means that caring, forgiving, spontaneous, redeeming love which is the essence of God’s nature. Any different use of the word violates the Scripture’s meaning.” (Page 157)
“First, Paul knew that the real treasure was Christ and that he, Paul, was merely the vessel that carried it.” (Page 225)
“Finally, in the body, what affects one member is felt by all.” (Page 153)