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Balthazar — Blood Like Wine Lyrics. How long Since I got some sleep. How long Since she grew her hair to keep The night from getting colder for The owl living upon her shoulder. One way or the other She will drink my blood like wine.
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The only question left is Whether that day the horns will sound. One way or the other It will keep me dragging on, For hell knows how long. Now the carnival band is gone. It is a big duty for the Consecrated Virgins to cultivate the contemplation of Christ, living Truth, and to guide others to discover it. In this way, the primacy of contemplating overdoing and of being over having will always be recognized. The consecration of the Virgins is essentially to be and not to do. I say not this without a cause, but because I fear lest that wolf be even now standing unseen by us in the midst of the fold,2 and some sheep become a prey to him, being led astray from the flock and from hearkening by its own carelessness and his craft.
Were the wounds3 sensible, or did the body receive the blows, there would be no difficulty in discerning his plots; but since the soul is invisible, and since that it is which receives the wounds, we need great watchfulness that each may prove himself; for none knoweth the things of a man as the spirit of a man that is in him. The word is spoken indeed to all and is offered as a general remedy to those who need it, but it is the business of every individual hearer to take what is suited to his complaint. I know not who are sick, I know not who are well.
And therefore I use every sort of argument and introduce remedies suited to all maladies,4 at one time condemning covetousness, after that touching on luxury, and again on impurity, then composing something in praise of an exhortation to charity, and each of the other virtues in their turn. For I fear lest when my arguments are employed on any one subject, I may without knowing it be treating you for one disease while you are ill of others.
So that if this congregation were but one person, I should not have judged it so absolutely necessary to make my discourse varied; but since in such a multitude there are probably also many maladies, I not unreasonably diversify my teaching, since my discourse will be sure to attain its object when it is made to embrace you all.
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For this cause also Scripture is something multiform,5 and speaks on ten thousand matters, because it addresses itself to the nature of mankind in common, and in such a multitude all the passions of the soul must needs be; though all be not in each. Let us then cleanse ourselves of these, and so listen to the divine oracles, and with contrite heart6 hear what has been this day read to us.
And what is that? I before have shown that He began His miracles after His Baptism, and wrought no miracle before it; but whether of the miracles done after His Baptism, this or some other was the first, it seems to me unnecessary to assert positively. For only the servants, the ruler of the feast, and the bridegroom, not the greater number of those present, gave heed to what was done.
He manifested it at least for His own part, and if all present hear not of the miracle at the time, they would hear of it afterward, for unto the present time it is celebrated, and has not been unnoticed. His disciples, who even before this regarded Him with wonder. And therefore in many other places, the Evangelists say, that He did no miracle on account of the perversity of the men who dwelt there. Jn 2, Wherefore then goes He?
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I think it was, because He intended a little after to go up to Jerusalem, that He then went to Capernaum, to avoid leading about9 everywhere with Him, His mother, and His brethren. And so, having departed and tarried a little while to honor His mother, He again commences His miracles after restoring to her home her who had borne Him. He received baptism then a few days before the Passover. But on going up to Jerusalem, what did He added full of high authority; for He cast out of the Temple those dealers and money changers, and those who sold doves, and oxen, and sheep, and who passed their time there for this purpose.
They do not in this contradict each other but show that he did this a second time, and that both these expressions were not used on the same occasion, but that He acted thus once at the beginning of His ministry, and again when He had come to the very time of His Passion. What say they? Seest thou their excessive malice, and how the benefits done to others incensed them more than reproofs? One who had exhibited so much zeal for the House was not likely to oppose Him who was Lord of the House, and who was worshiped in it. No doubt even the former years during which He lived according to the Law, were sufficient to show His reverence for the Legislator, and that He came not to give contrary laws; yet since it was likely that those years were forgotten through lapse of time, as not having been known to all because He was brought up in a poor and mean dwelling, He afterwards does this in the presence of all, for many were present because the feast was nigh at hand, and at great risk.
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Had He acted as He did from hypocrisy, He should only have advised them, but to place Himself in danger was very daring. For it was no light thing to offer Himself to the anger of so many market-folk, 14 to excite against Himself a most brutal mob of petty dealers by His reproaches and His blows, this was not the action of a pretender, but of one choosing to suffer everything for the order of the House.
And what say they?
Was there need of a sign before they could cease their evil doings, and free the house of God from such dishonor? Only then the answer was clear, now it is more ambiguous. This He doth on account of their extreme insensibility; for He who prevented 18 them without their asking, and gave them signs, would never when they asked have turned away from them, had He not seen that their minds were wicked and false, and their intention treacherous.
When they ought to have applauded Him for His earnestness and zeal when they ought to have been astonished that He cared so greatly for the House, they reproach Him, saying, that it was lawful to traffic, and unlawful for any to stop their traffic, except he should show them a sign. What saith Christ?
Many such sayings He utters which were not intelligible to His immediate hearers, but which were to be so to those that should come after. And wherefore doth He this? In order that when the accomplishment of His prediction should have come to pass, He might be seen to have foreknown from the beginning what was to follow; which indeed was the case with this prophecy. For, saith the Evangelist,. But at the time when this was spoken, the Jews were perplexed as to what it might mean, and cast about to discover, saying,.
Esd 6, Why does the Evangelist, writing the Gospel at a later period, interpret the saying and Jesus keep silence at the time? Why did He so keep silence?
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Because they would not have received His word; for if not even the disciples were able to understand the saying, much less were the multitudes. Because what especially showed that He was not a mere man, was His being able to set up a trophy of victory over death, and so quickly to abolish His long enduring tyranny, and conclude that difficult war. Still, they made no answer to this, for He seemed to them to say what was incredible so that they did not stay even to question Him upon it, but passed it by as impossible.
Yet had they been wise, though it seemed to them at the time incredible, still when He wrought His many miracles they would then have come and questioned Him, would then have intreated that the difficulty might be resolved to them; but because they were foolish, they gave no heed at all to part of what was said, and part they heard with evil frame of mind. And therefore Christ spoke to them in an enigmatical way. For very strange and paradoxical was the assertion that one could raise himself, and would raise himself in such wise.
And Christ did not reveal it clearly to them before the event, that they might not be offended at the very outset, being led to distrust His words on account of the great improbability of the thing, and because they did not yet clearly know Him, who He was. For no one could help believing what was proclaimed aloud by facts, while some would probably disbelieve what was told to them in words.
Therefore He at first allowed the meaning of His words to be concealed; but when by their experience He had verified His sayings, He after that gave them understanding of His words, and such gifts of the Spirit that they received them all at once. For they who in a single night cast off all respect for Him, and fled from and denied that they even knew Him, would scarcely have remembered what He had done and said during the whole time unless they had enjoyed much grace of the Spirit.
At the first then it was of the gift of God that the grace of the Spirit lighted upon them so largely and abundantly; but after that, it was of their own virtue that they retained the Gift.
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