Do you perceive again his Apostolical wisdom? For he is always establishing the credibility of the Resurrection from Christ, and especially now. For if our body be a member of Christ, and Christ be risen, the body also shall surely follow the Head.
Through his power. For since he had asserted a thing disbelieved and not to be apprehended by reasonings, he has left entirely to His incomprehensible power the circumstances of Christ's own Resurrection, producing this too as no small demonstration against them. And concerning the Resurrection of Christ he did not insert this: for he did not say, And God shall also raise up the Lord;— for the thing was past and gone—but how? And God both raised up the Lord; nor was there need of any proof. But concerning our resurrection, since it has not yet come to pass, he spoke not thus, but how? And will raise up us also through His power: by the reliance to be placed on the power of the Worker, he stops the mouths of the gainsayers.
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With its god, and its god with the temple. You see, then, how that "He who raised up the Lord will also raise us up.".
"Moreover, God both raised up the Lord, and will raise up us through His own power; "