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" Whosoever shall do the will of my Father, the same is my brother, and sister, and mother. "
America as I Found it - Page 226
by Mary Grey Lundie Duncan - 1852 - 380 pages
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Inequality and Progress

George Harris - Equality - 1897 - 164 pages
...of mutual regard and service, persons are not exhaustively defined by nationality, status, and sex; there is neither Greek nor Jew, there is neither bond nor free, there is neither male nor female, but all are one (not equal) in Christ Jesus, in the life of mutual...
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Inter Amicos: Letters Between James Martineau and William Knight, 1869-72

James Martineau - Theologians - 1901 - 152 pages
...stretches out his hands over the crowd, and says, "Who is my mother? and who are my brethren? Whosoever shall do the will of my Father, the same is my brother and sister and mother." There is a superciliousness in this language that is surely unlovely, if the speaker is...
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Mornings in the College Chapel

Francis Greenwood Peabody - Universities and colleges - 1907 - 228 pages
...consciousness, the will. " My meat," he says, "is to do the will of Him that sent me." " Whosoever shall do the will of my Father, . . . the same is my brother and sister ; " and still more strongly in this verse from the fourth Gospel : " If any man will to do His will,...
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1831-1906: Celebration of the Seventy-fifth Anniversary of the Founding of ...

Wesleyan University (Middletown, Conn.) - Education (Higher) - 1907 - 216 pages
...Master in which He shows that the final fellowship is not determined by blood. Hear Him : "For whosoever shall do the will of My Father, the same is my brother and sister and mother." You cannot call your brother Raca, and drop him in the scale of being, vitiating the fraternal...
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The Harvard Theological Review

Electronic journals - 1909
...the Spirit) acknowledgeth them that are his," to Jesus' more strictly ethical test, " Whosoever doeth the will of my Father, the same is my brother and sister and mother." In an earlier writing he enunciates his principle in a more primary form. In the Galatian...
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A Valid Christianity for To-day

Charles David Williams - Christianity - 1909 - 289 pages
...mind which lies behind that great utterance of St. Paul which I have read to you as my first text, "There is neither Greek nor Jew, there is neither bond nor free, there is neither male nor female, for ye are all one in Christ Jesus." Those words set forth the absolute...
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The Infinite Presence

George Milbry Gould - Metaphysics - 1910 - 241 pages
...those most profoundly significant of all words, "Who is my mother, and who are my brethren? Whosoever shall do the will of my Father, the same is my brother, and sister, and mother." What a recall to the common life of the spirit? What unity with the common life based...
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Jesus the Son of God: Or Primitive Christology

Benjamin Wisner Bacon - Electronic book - 1911 - 101 pages
...the Spirit) acknowledgeth them that are his," to Jesus' more strictly ethical test, " Whosoever doeth the will of my Father, the same is my brother and sister and mother." In an earlier writing he enunciates his principle in a more primary form. In the Galatian...
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Christianity Old and New: Lectures Given at Berkeley, Cal., on the E. T ...

Benjamin Wisner Bacon - Christianity - 1914 - 169 pages
...they proved themselves actually his in the same sense as when he had said in Galilee, "Whosoever will do the will of my Father, the same is my brother and sister and mother," then they might indeed expect with full assurance the forgiveness, the free entrance into...
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The Four Gospels: A Study of Origins, Treating of the Manuscript Tradition ...

Burnett Hillman Streeter - Bible - 1924 - 622 pages
...thee," from Mk. iii. 31, a different incident but one of which the moral is the same, " whoso will do the will of my Father . . . the same is my brother and sister and mother." As there is no connection of thought between this and the preceding parable, the position...
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