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Published by Published by Anthony Finley, at the White -house, n.e. corner of Chesnut and Fourth Streets. William Fry , printer .
Written in English


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Full text of "Gethsemane: or, Thoughts on the sufferings of Christ, by the author of The refuge" See other formats. THE OUR FATHER IN GETHSEMANE is a book that can be picked up and read on any page to provide a spirit of devotion in visits to the Blessed Sacrament, at Mass and in our daily life.   A person can figure this out in large measure. Jesus was in Gethsemane before midnight and the arresting party arrived between four and five o’clock. The point is that Jesus was suffering for us in the garden for four to six hours, not for one or two. One other coloration is important to notice. In Gethsemane, still in line, Jesus experiences the full range of human emotions, and he shares them with his friends in a fully human way. For us, expressing sadness and fear allows us to set.

In the Garden of Gethsemane, Jesus knew perfectly just what it was for which He was to pay the penalty of death. He was to pay the penalty for sin — for all the sins of mankind, from the first to the last. Isaiah the prophet had cried out: “Woe is me, because I have held my peace; because I . The Sufferings of Christ “God is love.” His love manifested toward fallen man, in the gift of his beloved Son, amazed the holy angels. “God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.”.   Editor's note: The following is an exclusive excerpt from the new book Jesus: A Pilgrimage by Jesuit Fr. James Martin, editor at large of America magazine and the author of many excerpt. c. Religion News Service (The following is an exclusive excerpt from the new book, “Jesus: A Pilgrimage,” by the Rev. James Martin, a Jesuit priest, editor at large of America magazine and the author of many books. This excerpt is taken from the chapter “Gethsemane.”) In the Garden of Gethsemane, Jesus utters his agonizing prayer, “Abba, Father, for you all things are.