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The Master's Hand

Phil. i. 21


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THE GREEK OLD TESTAMENT (SEPTUAGINT)

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Time and Creation in Gregory of Nyssa and Meister Eckhart
Time and Creation
In Gregory of Nyssa and
Meister Eckhart

"To me to live is Christ," and yet the days

Are days of toiling men;

We rise at morn, and tread the beaten ways,

And lay us down again.

 

How is it that this base, unsightly life

Can yet be Christ alone?

Our common need, and weariness, and strife,

While common days wear on?

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