Christ in a sentence

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At Heidelberg his principal work was the new translation of the Bible, and his “Life of Christ,” an enormous undertaking, enough to fill a man’s life, yet with Bunsen by no means the only work to which he devoted his remaining powers.
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Through our Lord Jesus Christ,” sufficiently indicating her belief that Christ is the Mediator of salvation.
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If we are so solicitous about Mary’s honor, it is because “the love of Christ” presseth us.
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So we, in offering up a crown of prayers in behalf of those who have fallen asleep, will obtain for them forgiveness through the merits of Christ.”(287) St. Ephrem, in the same century, says: “I conjure you, my brethren and friends, in the name of that God who commands me to leave you, to remember me when you assemble to pray.
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These five inspired writers gave the weight of their individual testimony to the doctrine of the Eucharist because they foresaw—or rather the Holy Ghost, speaking through them, foresaw—that this great mystery, which exacts so strong an exercise of our faith, and which bids us bow down our “understanding unto the obedience of Christ,”(366) would meet with opposition in the course of time from those who would measure the infallible Word of God by the erring standard of their own judgment.
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That chalice, after being sanctified by the word of God, is the blood of Christ.”(376) But why multiply authorities?
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It is a sacrifice of praise and thanksgiving, a sacrifice of propitiation and of supplication; hence that valued book, the “_Following of Christ_,” says: “When a Priest celebrates Mass he honors God, he rejoices the angels, he edifies the church, he helps the living, he obtains rest for the dead, and makes himself a partaker of all that is good.
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God gave some, indeed, Apostles, and some Prophets, and others Evangelists, and others Pastors and Doctors, for the perfecting of the saints, for the work of the ministry, for the building up of the body of Christ,”(503) which is His Church.
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Following of Christ” recommended, 20; Protestant edition mutilated, 20. Albertus Magnus on Faith quoted, 15. American Independence and Catholic Church, 240. Angel Raphael and young Tobias, 155. Angels labor for man’s salvation, 160. Anglican Church began with Henry VIII.
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I know a man in Christ” (II.
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Indeed he is in a real strait, whether he would prefer “to depart and be with Christ,” or to remain still in the flesh.
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As we have many members in one body, so we being many are one body in Christ” (Rom.
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The fulness of the blessing of the Gospel of Christ” (Rom. xv. 29).
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Bringing into captivity every thought to the obedience of Christ” (II.
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I can do all things through Christ” (Phil. iv. 13).
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The work of Dorner on “the Person of Christ” formed an epoch in German theology, by its fulness of learning, its orthodoxy of tone, and its union of speculative powers with historic erudition.
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We are of Christ,” said they—meaning that the followers of Paul and Apollos were not so.
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The distinction remains between saying, “God was in Christ,” and saying, “Christ was God.
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If a man shall lead a life of purity and goodness, but expresses doubts concerning this doctrine, his Orthodox friends will have scarcely any hope of his salvation; but if the most depraved criminal, after a life steeped in wickedness, shall merely say on his death-bed, that he hopes “to be saved by the atoning blood of Christ,” he is thought immediately to be on the fair way to heaven.
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And Paul, after having spoken of “Christ’s having made peace by the blood of the cross,” says of himself that he rejoices in his own sufferings for their sake—rejoices to “fill up that which is behind of the afflictions of Christ;” that is, make up any deficiency in Christ’s sufferings for them.
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Examples of Christ

Example #1
Egyptian studies continued to interest him while superintending the English translation of his “Egypt.
Example #2
His new edition of “Hippolytus,” under the title of “Christianity and Mankind,” had been finished in seven volumes before he left England.
Example #3
A heart tenderly attached to the Saints will give vent to its feelings in the language of hyperbole, just as an enthusiastic lover will call his future bride his adorable queen, without any intention of worshiping her as a goddess.
Example #4
There are expressions addressed to the Saints in some popular books of devotion which, to critical readers, may seem extravagant.
Example #5
If we will not permit a single wreath to be snatched from her fair brow, it is because we are unwilling that a single feature of Christ’s sacred humanity should be obscured, and because we wish that He should ever shine forth in all the splendor of His glory, and clothed in all the panoply of His perfections.
Example #6
If we forbid profane hands to touch the ark of the covenant, it is because we are anxious to guard from profanation the Lord of the ark.