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New Testament Sermons

by Robert M. M'cheyne

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When Jesus saw the beautiful city of God, the dwelling-place of David and Solomon, the scene of so many types of Himself, the glorious Temple with its enormous pile of white stone rising into the air, its brazen gates and golden roof, where God had dwelt, where all the prophets had prophesied, where thousands of believers had worshipped; when He remembered how sinful they were; when He saw how they would, ere long, crucify Him, and despise and reject all His offers of mercy; when He saw the coming destruction of His people, and the eternal vengeance which was to follow, Jesus wept. Oh, believers, this is your Saviour! How truly is your Immanuel your Elder Brother also; for we have not an High Priest which cannot be touched with a feeling of our infirmities, but One who was in all points tempted like as we are, yet without sin. In time of pain, believer, you should remember that Jesus knows that feeling, and feels along with you ... In time of weeping, remember that Jesus wept; He feels along with you, when the bursting tear starts forth and will not be restrained ... remember Jesus felt that pain, and feels it again with you. In all your afflictions He is afflicted. Book jacket.… (more)

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