33:9; 40:17; 41:26; 43:13.
Jer. 11:21; 15:12; 17:9. Pravum est cor omnium et incrustabile; quis
cognoscet illud?130 that is to say, Who can know all its evil? For it is
already known to be wicked. Ego dominus,131 etc.--vii. 14, Faciam domui
huic,132 etc. Trust in external sacrifices--7:22, Quia non sum locutus,133
etc. Outward sacrifice is not the essential point--11:13, Secundum
numerum,134 etc. A multitude of doctrines.
Is. 44:20-24; 54:8; 63:12-17; 66:17. Jer. 2:35; 4:22-24; 5:4, 29-31; 6:16;
683. Types.--The letter kills. All happened in types. Here is the cipher
which Saint Paul gives us. Christ must suffer. An humiliated God.
Circumcision of the heart, true fasting, true sacrifice, a true temple. The
prophets have shown that all these must be spiritual.
Not the meat which perishes, but that which does not perish.
"Ye shall be free indeed." Then the other freedom was only a type of
"I am the true bread from Heaven."
684. Contradiction.--We can only describe a good character by reconciling
all contrary qualities, and it is not enough to keep up