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Quot; " of course they knew not that " in Him are the treasures of all Col. ii. 3. " Such things might well be forgiven, as being spoken inconsiderately from " ignorance. But for those demnation who have blasphemed the Godhead itself, con and the punishment eternal both in this world and in that which is to come. For by the Spirit He here means not only the Holy Ghost, but also the whole nature of the Godhead, as understood (to consist) in the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Ghost.
Quot; bably taken from some other work of S. Cyril. , Shall not so good " Who nourishes the " a Lord, " bird, feed " his own image ? Very " this reason," tiniest him who was made &c. in justly for On more than one occasion I have noticed the same habit of the Catenists, to in- troduce some extract quoted verbatim by a short summary of the previous argument, soul above meat and clothing, pro- 3 H COMMENTARY UPON 418 " time, for the nations of the He world," says, "seek after and raises them to the unwavering conviction, that all circumstances they will have enough, certainly and under have because their Father well knoweth of what things they season most a at And heaven.
The being clad too in splendid apparel is of no benefit And whatsoever. " For " grow. " He all his glory this also is true flowers that spring up " says, the neither do they spin. : lilies, how they I tell you, that was arrayed like for both in lilies one of and other in the fields, the lustre of the colours possesses an admirable beauty, both by the diversity of the hues, and the variety of the arrangement, as they glitter in purple, or shine with the brilliancy of other but all that is made by the art of man in imitation of their natural colours : them, whether by the painter s skill, or in embroidery, alto- short of the reality and even though it be suegether cessful as a work of art, it scarcely even approaches the truth.