The figure of a cathedral, into which Professor Longfellow has so finely cast his general conception of the aquot; Divina Commedia, aquot; equally well, perhaps, even better , suits the Ephesian letter. ... The vast aisles throb with praise, crossed with the minor chords of penitent rehearsal, ... rising with the incense-cloud from before the altar in that wondrous prayer, never surpassed save by the intercessions of Jesusanbsp;...
|Title||:||Word Studies in the New Testament|
|Author||:||Marvin Richardson Vincent|