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Abstract

Hitherto the Evangelist has told his story with its spiritual meaning for every reader foremost in his mind. He has recorded acts of the Lord, but always for the sake of a lesson taught by them—a lesson brought out by a discourse contained in the narrative itself, as the discourse on the Bread of Life draws out the meaning of the Feeding of the Five Thousand. The whole section which I have called Act III (Chapters XIII–XVII) consists of discourse, though in Chapter XIII this is connected with the Feet Washing; and in those discourses as thus recorded the living Lord is speaking to our souls, as once He spoke to the disciples and to His Father.

Keywords

Open Hand Formal Trial Informal Enquiry Chapter XIII Spiritual Meaning 
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© Palgrave Macmillan, a division of Macmillan Publishers Limited 1963

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  • William Temple

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