If there was any doubt as to his authority or power to plan such a wide-reaching scheme for bringing all nations to the knowledge of God, he sets it at rest ... If they doubted their ability, he reminds them that their ability is to be found in his power, not in their own. ... The gates of hell, even, shall not prevail against me in this matter; for I am head over all things ... transcendent, that we can not conceive of it as having originated in the mind of a mere man, much less a poor Galilean peasant.
|Title||:||Bible Studies from the Old and New Testaments|
|Author||:||George Frederick Pentecost|