Redeemer


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Redeemer

The. Jesus Christ as having brought redemption to mankind
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The true cross of the Redeemer was the sin and sorrow of this world-- that was what lay heavy on his heart--and that is the cross we shall share with him, that is the cup we must drink of with him, if we would have any part in that Divine Love which is one with his sorrow.
Now, sir, you have such an opportunity here to have six or seven and thirty poor savages brought over from a state of idolatry to the knowledge of God, their Maker and Redeemer, that I wonder how you can pass such an occasion of doing good, which is really worth the expense of a man's whole life."
The Redeemer died for all, for the poor Indian as well as for the white man.
Touching that same slaying of the Redeemer, it was a bad business.
Priests of any of the chapels and denominations in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre can visit this sacred grotto to weep and pray and worship the gentle Redeemer. Two different congregations are not allowed to enter at the same time, however, because they always fight.
When each new speaker strikes a new light, emancipates us from the oppression of the last speaker, to oppress us with the greatness and exclusiveness of his own thought, then yields us to another redeemer, we seem to recover our rights, to become men.
Do you still say your prayers, Rodya, and believe in the mercy of our Creator and our Redeemer? I am afraid in my heart that you may have been visited by the new spirit of infidelity that is abroad to-day; If it is so, I pray for you.
Easie it may be seen that I intend Mercie collegue with Justice, sending thee Mans Friend, his Mediator, his design'd Both Ransom and Redeemer voluntarie, And destin'd Man himself to judge Man fall'n.
A memorial service will be held 11 a.m., Monday, March 31, at Redeemer Lutheran Church, 540 Essex St., Bangor, Maine, with the Rev.
The diocese had been without a bishop since August 2005, following the resignation of Bishop Barry Hollowell, whose leadership had been in turmoil following his decision to order the closure of three inner city churches and to strip the downtown Church of the Redeemer of its cathedral designation.
1); or finding him in art and the "aesthetics" of Faith; or finding the uniqueness and universality of Christ, the Redeemer of Mankind, in His Church; or looking at Jesus as reflected in the gospel passages about His temptation.
Jim was a member of Our Redeemer Lutheran Church in Forsyth.