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As the first torment they applied the chain and rack, saying, “Make known thy other friends that thou mayest be delivered from excruciating punishment, and make thy comrades captive that thou mayest escape from the torment of the chain and the keenness of the sword.
Now the God of peace, that brought again from the dead, our Lord Jesus Christ, that great Shepherd of the sheep, through the blood of the everlasting covenant, make you perfect in every good work to do His will,” the phrase, “make you perfect in every good work,” literally means, it is said, “adjust you in every good work.
Sooner or later, then, in the economy of the ages, all sinners must come back, in penitence and shame, to their Father’s house, saying, “Make us as thy hired servants.
To “make assurance doubly sure,” it is set all round with precious stones, all believed to have magical virtues.

Examples of Make

Example #1
So the ministers of the court signified [that he should suffer] punishment and ordered the torture.
Example #2
But, torture, brand, and torment him as they might, they saw naught but steadfastness and silence, and found naught but dumb endurance [on his part].
Example #3
It is a great thing to be adjusted, adjusted to our surroundings and circumstances rather than trying to have them adjusted to us, adjusted to the people we are thrown with, adjusted to the work God has for us, and not trying to get God to help us to do our work; adjusted to do the very will and plan of God for us in our whole life.
Example #4
This is the secret of rest, power and freedom in our life-work.
Example #5
The power of the human will to resist God is indeed indefinite; but the power of love is infinite.
Example #6
To us it seems clear, that if the parable of the prodigal son is to be taken as a true statement of the feeling of God towards every sinner, that every sinner must at last be brought back by the mighty power of this redeeming love.