Logia Iēsou: Sayings of Our Lord from an Early Greek Papyrus

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Bernard Pyne Grenfell, Arthur Surridge Hunt
Egypt Exploration Fund, 1897 - Logia Iesou - 20 pages
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Page 11 - Jesus saith, I stood in the midst of the world, and in the flesh was I seen of them, and I found all men drunken, and none found I athirst among them, and my soul grieveth over the sons of men, because they are blind in their heart . . .
Page 12 - Jesus saith, Wherever there are .... and there is one .... alone, I am with him. Raise the stone and there thou shalt find me, cleave the wood and there am I.
Page 10 - see clearly to cast out the mote that is in thy brother's eye.' Cf. Luke vi. 42, which agrees exactly with the wording of this passage. Matt. vii. 5 has
Page 10 - Jesus saith, Except ye fast to the world, ye shall in no wise find the kingdom of God ; and except ye keep the sabbath, ye shall not see the Father.
Page 14 - Jesus saith, A prophet is not acceptable in his own country, neither doth a physician work cures upon them that know him.
Page 15 - Jesus saith, A city built upon the top of a high hill, and stablished, can neither fall nor be hid.
Page 13 - is the right reading there, a contrast seems to be intended between the many ungodly and the one true believer :—' Where all men else are unbelievers, if one alone is (faithful), I am with him.' But aoeoi is hardly a natural word in this connexion ; and some such adjective as
Page 13 - though this does not correspond with the vestiges so well. In 1. 26 the first letter of which any part is preserved may be T, TT, or Г; but [6]ГО) would not fill the lacuna. In
Page 13 - 24 the remains of the letter before 601 are consistent with 0 only, and those of the letter preceding suit A better than X or Л, which seem to be the only alternatives. Before this there is the bottom of a perpendicular stroke, which would be consistent with H, I, N, TT and perhaps Г and T. At the beginning of
Page 18 - of Papias. It contains nothing which suggests the one or the other, and probably many such collections were made. But it is difficult to imagine a title better suited to a series of sayings, each introduced by the phrase

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