Hence it is to be understood that the Lord was in so great poverty, and so far from having courted any one, that He had found in all that city neither entertainer, nor abode, but He made His home in a little village, in the house of Lazarus and his sisters; for their village was Bethany; and it follows, “and He lodged there.”.
When the shades of night were dispersed, and He was returning to the city, the Lord was an hungred, thus shewing the reality of His human body.
The Lord about to suffer among the nations, and to take upon Him the offence of the Cross, sought to strengthen the minds of His disciples by a previous miracle; whence it follows, “And seeing a fig-tree by the wayside, He came toit, and found nothing thereon but leaves only.”.
“For ever,” (in sempiternum,) or, “To the end of the world,” (in saeculum,) forthe Greek word, , signifies both.
The Gentile dogs bark against us, affirming that the Apostles had not faith, because they were not able to remove mountains. To whom we...