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Nor need I give a list of commentators which may have been consulted. The riddle could not be solved, though many explanatory hypotheses would soon be in circulation, and every solution but the true one received.
The longer discourses will be found in new translations, not indeed claiming classical precision, but giving what is thought to be a broad, correct, and easy version of the original. The frantic commotion at Jerusalem is the counterpart of the joyous amazement at Damascus.
Thou streamest on their startled eyes, And makest them Thine own by some Divine surprise.
Christ had waylaid him, and a brief challenge from His lips had at once arrested the present enterprise.
CONCLUDING APPEAL TO THE PAST—HIS DISINTERESTEDNESS XV. SPEECH FROM THE STAIRS OF THE GARRISON - Acts 22:1–30 PART II. The scene of his fancied victories had in a moment become the scene of deepest anguish and self-prostration.
There may be meditations and resolves and deep searchings of spirit—a succession of those terrible pangs which make the heart stand still, or of those perilous balancings of probable destiny, when the soul sends itself forward to the judgment, and strives to realize it; there may be these anxious flutterings about the boundary, but still on this side of it—till in a moment the line is crossed, and “old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new.” As there is a first throb of the heart in the implantation of physical life, so is there a first pulsation of the soul through the energy of spiritual existence. There is an instant in which one is frequently conscious of renouncing one opinion and entertaining another, preceded, it may be, by scepticism, struggle, and oscillation, the results of conflicting proofs.
He had undergone in an instant the mightiest of all changes the soul of man can pass through, and which, in general experience, is often as sudden as with him whom Christ had thus surprised.
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Bartholomew, had he avowed himself a protestant, and, lowering his sceptre, besought their forgiveness and fellowship; what Laud would have been to a secret assembly of Puritans, had he owned himself a convert, and flinging his mitre to the ground, asked with tears to be admitted to their communion; what Claverhouse would have been to a nocturnal meeting of Covenanters, had he suddenly burst in among them, protesting that now he was one of them, and claiming, as he tossed his sword from him, their commiseration and prayers—that must Paul have been to the disciples at Antioch.