By Chrysostom Saint Chrysostom, Philip Schaff
Quantity 10 of a 14 quantity set. The Homilies of St. Chrysostom on St. Matthew have been definitely introduced at Antioch and doubtless within the latter a part of the time in which St. Chrysostom preached as a Presbyter. His major item is ethical. He searches out with diligence either the that means and the purposes of specific passages. a few of these exhortations are almost about Almsgiving, the talk with Infidels, The Resurrection, The Theatres, and The clergymen of the Mountains close to Antioch.
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Like this is the soul’s eye also, for should it feed in the meadow of spiritual oracles, it will be clear and piercing, and quick of sight; but should it depart into the smoke of the things of this life, it will weep without end, and wail both now and hereafter. For indeed the things of this life are like smoke. ” He indeed was referring to their shortness of duration, and to their unsubstantial nature, but I would say that we should take what is said, not in this sense alone, but also as to their turbid character.
It is because of this, that all things are turned upside down. For if thou wouldest learn how great is the profit of the Scriptures, examine thyself, what thou becomest by hearing Psalms, and what by listening to a song of Satan; and how thou art disposed when staying in a Church, and how when sitting in a theater; and thou wilt see that great is the difference between this soul and that, although both be one. ” For this cause we have need continually of those songs, which serve as charms from the 57 Spirit.
Especially as they had all time before this on their side, in that it never had produced any such thing. For if after so many miracles they still called Him son of Joseph, how before the miracles would they have believed that He was born of a virgin? It is then for this reason that both Joseph has his genealogy traced, and the Virgin betrothed to him.
Saint Chrysostom's Homilies on the Gospel of Saint Matthew: Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers of the Christian Church, Part 10 by Chrysostom Saint Chrysostom, Philip Schaff