The Odes and Psalms of Solomon: Published from the Syriac Version

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James Rendel Harris
University Press, 1911 - Apocryphal books (Old Testament) - 156 pages

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Page 103 - He that overcometh, the same shall be clothed in white raiment ; and I will not blot out his name out of the book of life, but I will confess his name before my Father, and before his angels.
Page 69 - put off the old man, and to put on the new man...
Page 116 - I fashioned their members: my own breasts I prepared for them, that they might drink my holy milk and live thereby.
Page 96 - ... it spread over the face of the whole earth, and filled everything : and all the thirsty upon earth were given to drink of it ; and thirst was relieved and quenched : for from the Most High the draught was given.
Page 106 - This lovely Psalm is altogether personal and experimental : the writer describes the visitations of Divine Grace, which he calls the cutting open- of his heart, and his establishment upon the rock of eternal truth. He is renewed by these visitations, as if he had been newly clad in light and had already reached the eternal rest. He becomes like a land that drinks in the dew of heaven, and brings forth fruit to God. He finds himself at last in the Paradise of God and amongst the fragrant trees of...
Page 114 - I was regarded by them as a strange person: 7 And He who knew and brought me up is the Most High in all His perfection.
Page 93 - Thou shalt bring them in, and plant them in the mountain of thine inheritance, in the place, O Lord, which thou hast made for thee to dwell in; in the Sanctuary, O Lord, which thy hands have established.
Page 108 - And tell forth praise to His spirit: and wipe off the filth from your face: and love His holiness, and clothe yourselves therewith: 3 And be without stain at all times before Him.
Page 107 - And they knew Him who made them, because they were in concord; for the mouth of the Most High spake to them; and His explanation ran by means of it: 11 For the dwelling-place of the Word is man: and its truth is love.
Page 50 - As the wings of doves over their nestlings, and the mouths of their nestlings towards their mouths, so also are the wings of the Spirit over my heart.

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