author={G. G. Stokes},
  journal={The Expository Times},
  pages={261 - 264}
  • G.G. Stokes
  • The Expository Times
  • however (for it was the literal soul of the life of the Redeemer, John xv. io), is the peculiar token of fellowship with the Redeemer. That love to God (what is meant here is not God’s love to men) is described in such a case as a perfect love (love that has been perfected), involves no difficulty, for the simple reason that the proposition is purely hypothetical. We must, of course, also take the &dquo;keeping&dquo; in all its stringency. John knows right well that the case supposed here ncver… CONTINUE READING
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