Letter Xl. To Cyriaque, Patriarch of Constantinople. To Cyriaque, Patriarch of Constantinople. Gregory in Cyriacus, C. If we zealously observe, dear brother, how great the virtue of peace is in the voice of the Lord, who says: I give you my peace (Jn. xiv. 27), it will allow us to remain in his love, as in no way, to leave room for discord. But since we cannot live in its root other than, except by keeping in mind the humility that the author of peace has taught and, indeed, with this in mind, we ask you, with appropriate charity, that in… St Gregory the Great – the letters of St Gregory the Great and walk in them.
This is called the communion that God can offer to his church and his people, and this gracious presence of him with them, as they linger and move on to heavenly glory. as God is told to walk “in a tent and a tabernacle” with the “Israelis” as they traveled to Canaan through the desert; he goes to his temple, with his church and his people, while they go home to the temple of Canaan. he walks in them, as in his yard and palace, or as in his garden, where he takes much joy and joy, and a lot of attention and care for them. R. Solomon Jarchi explains the sentence in , Leviticus 26:12 ) “I will walk among you,” so; I will walk with you in the Garden of Eden or in paradise, as one of you, and you will not fear me. But the place concerns the presence of God with his people here, not after: 2 Corinthians 6:16 (MSG) Who remembers to establish pagan idols in the sacred temple of God? But that is exactly what we are, each of us, a temple in which God lives. God himself said it this way: “I will live in them, I will enter them; I will be their God, and they will be my people. 3. Resuming the bond with 2 Corinthians 6:1 , interrupted by parentheses 2 Corinthians 6:2 . “Don`t offend” (compare 1 Corinthians 10:33), “authorize ourselves,” and all the other participants up to 2 Corinthians 6:10 , are nominees for “we ask you too” (2 Corinthians 6:1) to show the efforts he took to force his exhortation by example, as well as the commandment [ALFORD].
“Offensive” would be given if we did not have “patience” and other qualifications that he therefore subdivided (compare Romans 14:13). Kehillah in Corinth II 6:16 (OJB) And what agreement did the Heikhal of Hashem get with elilim? For we are a heikhal of Elohim Chayyim [1C 3:16; 6:19], as G-d says: “V`HITHALLACHTI B`TOCHCHEM (“I will walk in the midst of you” [VAYIKRA 26:12] I WILL BE MISHKANI ALEHEM (“The home of me with them” (“The home of me with them” (YECHEZKEL 3 7:27]) V`HAYU LI AM VAANI EHEYEH LAHEM LELOHIM [YIRMEYAH 32:38] (“And they will be for me like human beings, and I will be their G-d.” [YIRMEYAH 32:38] Verses 1-10 The Gospel is a word of grace that falls to our ears. The day of the Gospel is a day of salvation, the means of grace, the means of salvation, the offers of the Gospel offers of salvation and the present time is the right time to accept these offers. The innunciant is nothing of us; We don`t know what`s going to be in the morning or where we`re going to be.