... 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, and the deep sighs of tempted souls struggling with ... great apostle, rising with the incense-cloud from before the altar in that wondrous prayer, never surpassed save by the intercessionsanbsp;...
|Title||:||Word Studies in the New Testament: The epistles of Paul|
|Author||:||Marvin Richardson Vincent|