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762, Mat. xix, 17. There is None Good, but

One, [*E.c, One Perfon,] that is | God.

+“Ο πατήρ με δώ τοις έρανοίς, My Father which is in Heaven, Clem. Alexandr. cited by Dr. Mills on Mar. X, 18. See N° 340 & 1.

763. XX, 23. But to sit on my right hand, ** and on my left, is not mine to give ; but it

shall be given to them, for whom it is prepared of my Father.

764. xxvi, 39. O my Father, if it be possi

ble, let this Cup pass from me; nevertheless, not as I will, but as Thou wilt.

765. 42. O my Father, if this Cup may

not pass away from me, except I drink it'; Thy will be done.


53. Thinkest thou, that I cannot now pray to my Father, and he shall presently give me more than twelve Legions of Angels.


xxvii, 45. My God, my God, why Xhaft thou forsaken me?

See N° 991..?

768. xxviii, 18. All Power is given unto

me in Heaven and in Earth.

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769. Mar.i, 1. The Son of God,

And frequently in orher places.

770. 11. My beloved Son, in whom I am


771. ix, 37. Whosoever shall recieve Me,

receiveth not Me, but him that sent me.

772, xii, 36. The Lord said to my Lord;

Sit thou on my right hand, until I make thine
Enemies thy Foot-stool.

773. xiii, 32. But of That day and hour

knoweth no man, no, not the Angels which
are in Heaven, pneither the Son, but *the
* My Father Only, Mat. 24, 36.

+ There can be no better Comment upon these Words, than that of Ireneus.

Our Lord himself (faith Dominus ipse Filius Dei, he,) the Son of God, ac- ipsum judicii diem concessit knowledged that the Fa- scire folum Patrem, manifeftè ther Only knew the Day dicens, De die autem illâ & and Hour of Judgment; horå nemo fcit, neque Filius, declaring expressly, that of nisi Pater folus. Si igitur That day and hour know- fcientiam diei illius, filius etb no man, neither the non erubuit referre ad PaSon, but the Father On- trem, sed dixit quod verum ly. Now, if the Son him- est; neque nos erubescimus, self was not ashamed to quæ sunt in quæftionibus leave the Knowledge of majora secundum nos, reserThat day to the Father; vare Dco.


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but plainly declared the fiquis exquirat causam, propTruth; neither ought We ter quam in omnibus Pater to be ashamed to leave to communicans filio, folus scire God such Questions, as & horam & diem Domino are too high for us. ---- manifeftatus est ; neque apFor if any one inquirts rabilem magis, neque

decenWhyehe Father, whocom. tiorem, nec fine periculoalmunicates in all things teram, quàm hanc inveniat to the Son, is yet by our in presenti, quoniam cùm Lord declared to know folus verax magifter eft DoAlone That day and _minus, ut difcamus per iphour; he cannot at pre- sum, fuper omnia efle PaSent find any Fitter or trem : Etenim Pater, ait, more Decent, or indeed major me eft. Et secundum any Other Safe Answer agnitionem itaque præposiat all, than This; that the tus esfe Pater annunciatus est Father is Above All: For à Domino noftro, ad hoc ut the Father, faith be, is & nos, in quantum in figurâ greater than i.

The hujus mundi fumus, perfeFather therefore is by our ctam scientiam & tales quæLord declared to be su- ftiones concedamus Deo: & periour even in Know- nè fortè quærentes altitudiLedge also, 10 this End nem Patris investigare, in that We, while we conti• tảntum periculum incidanue in this World, may mus, uti quæramus an super learn to acknowledge God Deum alter fit Deus. Lib.2, Only to

have perfelt cap. 48 + 49. Knowledge, and leave such Questions to Him; and (put a stop to our Presumption,] least curiously inquiring [perhaps further, even] into the Greatnefs of the Father, we run at last into fo great a Danger, as to ask whether even above God, there be not another God. In

The Note of Bafil also upon this paffage, is very remarkable: As to the

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Many, concerning thort τον, περί αγνοών ή κύwords in the Gospel, that

eloν ήμ Ιησεν Χρισον * our Lord Jesus Christ knew

not the Day and huéeger Tags xj * Bear the Hour of the End,

α τοίνυν εκ παιδός That which 1 ως τπατέρων ηκέσαμου, have been taught from a

ταύτα είαν έχοChild, of those who went uefa Ως τετηρήκαbefore me, is This;

μην εαί , Ουδείς αγαθός that as we understand un eis & Jebs, roft those words, There is None Good but One

εκεί εαυθεν έξω τιθείς και η that is God, to be βο- 'Αγαθε φύσεως ο υος, ταύken by the Son, not aser- τα λέγα: 'α, επειδή το cluding Himelf from be- Πρώτον 'Αγαθών και πατήρ, ing Partaker of the Nα- τα Ουδείς συνυπακοομείς εινε of Good, but only 45 % Πρώτε, το Δέυτερον είSupposing the Father to be

έτω the First Good; and by piñas missuopefco). the Word, None, mea. και το, Ουδείς διδε, πρώ. ning No other Firit την είδησιν τ1ε άντων και εGood; but that Him/elf σομλύων, επί τπατέρα αis the Second: So in theft νάγονται, και Αα πάντων Words, No man know, Wapcétu ditiur Tois cilęci

, ειρή95 meant to ascribe to the


Ουδε και Father the First Knowledge of things prevent and f. υος, ει μή ο πατήρ, ture, and to declare το ταλέςιν, η αιτία και είδέναι the world that He is in ή υον, ος το παρός: all things the First Cause. οκ και η σαβός αυ

Neither the τω υπήρχε δεδομένη ηγνώSon, but the Father ; that is; The Cauf θεοπρεπές αερίτους

σις. Τετο και ευφημότατών of the Sons knowledge, is from the Father ;

λέγειν, ότι δαίς όξιν δμούFor his knowledge is given σιβ, 3ξ αυτά και το γινώ


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him from the Father. Het t'z4. Ad Amphiloch.
[Thus Rev. i. 1. The Rc Epift. 391.
velation of Jesus Christ,
which God gave unto him.] And it is most proper and
decent to afirm concerning the Son,that from whom he receives
his divine Essence, from Him also he derives his Know-

See No 340.

774. Luke i, 32. The Lord God shall give

unto him the Throne of &c.

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775. ii, 49. Wist ye not that I must be

about my Fathers Business.



iv, 18. He hath sent me to heal


43. For therefore am I fent.

778. X, 16. He that despiseth Me, de

spiseth him that sent me. 779.

xxii, 29. And I appoint unto you a Kingdom, as my Father bath appointed un to Me.

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780. Joh. iii, 16. God

gave his onlybegotten Son. 781. 17, God sent his Son. 782. 32. And what he hath feen and heard, That he testifieth.

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