Anf-02 vi.iv.ii.xxii Pg 9.1
Anf-03 vi.iv.iv Pg 7 to preach, to work, to endure even unto death. And we need the will of God, that we may be able to fulfil these duties. Again, in saying, “Thy will be done,” we are even wishing well to ourselves, in so far that there is nothing of evil in the will of God; even if, proportionably to each one’s deserts, somewhat other8788
For this use of the word “provoke,” see Heb. x. 24, Eng. ver.
8788 [Something we might think other than good.] is imposed on us. So by this expression we premonish our own selves unto patience. The Lord also, when He had wished to demonstrate to us, even in His own flesh, the flesh’s infirmity, by the reality of suffering, said, “Father, remove this Thy cup;” and remembering Himself, added, “save that not my will, but Thine be done.”8789
Treasury of Scriptural Knowledge, Chapter 13
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Heb 6:10,11; 10:24 Joh 13:34,35; 15:17 Ac 2:1,44-46; 4:32 Ro 12:9,10