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The glory of God is a human being fully alive; and to be alive consists in beholding God.
Jesus Christ, in His infinite love, has become what we are, in order that He may make us entirely what He is.
Through a tree we were made debtors to God; so through a tree we have our debt canceled.
The glory of God is the human person fully alive.
As long as any one has the means of doing good to his neighbours, and does not do so, he shall be reckoned a stranger to the love of the Lord.
He who was the Son of God became the Son of man, that man ... might become the son of God.
Because of his boundless love, Jesus became what we are that he might make us to be what he is.
Since it is impossible, without God, to come to knowledge of God, he teaches men through his Word to know God.
The business of the Christian is nothing else but to be ever preparing for death.
The initial step for us all to come to knowledge of God is contemplation of nature.
No man can know God unless God has taught him; that is to say, that without God, God cannot be known.
For where the church is, there is the Spirit of God, and where the Spirit of God, there is the church and all grace.
God became man, that we might be gods.
The preaching of the Church truly continues without change and is everywhere the same. It has the testimony of the Prophets and Apostles and all their disciples.
But we do now receive a certain portion of His Spirit, tending towards perfection, and preparing us for incorruption, being little by little accustomed to receive and bear God
The church has been planted as a paradise in this world.
The Virgin Mary, being obedient to his word, received from an angel the glad tidings that she would bear God.
A man that is an heretic, after the first and second admonition, reject; knowing that he that is such is subverted, and sinneth, being condemned of himself.
[Peter] testified to [the Jews in Acts 2] that Jesus Christ was the Son of God, the Judge of the living and dead, into whom he did also command them to be baptized for the remission of sins.
For it is not needful, to use a common proverb, that one should drink up the ocean who wishes to learn that its water is salt.