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61 The Home Missionary December 1, 1894, Art. A, paragraph 7

... temptations, and became a partaker of the sorrows, griefs, and disappointments of men. He united divinity with humanity, in order that humanity might become a partaker of the divine nature, and ...

62 The Home Missionary June 1, 1897, Art. A, paragraph 15

Christ was sent of God to represent God in humanity. When he came to our world, his divinity was clothed with humanity, that humanity might touch humanity, and divinity lay hold of the throne of divinity. Thus moral power was brought to man. When God's word is understood by us, we shall better understand the work and mission of Christ. We are to trace out his working in behalf of humanity.

63 The Home Missionary July 1, 1897, Art. A, paragraph 6

... , and malice from the hearts of the Jews. Christ had given a convincing proof of his divinity in raising Lazarus from the dead. Through Christ the Father had been revealed to believers ...

64 The Home Missionary October 1, 1897, paragraph 1

In all things Christ was made like unto his brethren, that in his human nature he might give to man a perfect example. He alone could bridge the gulf that sin had made. In him, humanity touched humanity, while divinity laid hold upon divinity, that man might become Christlike, a partaker of the divine nature, escaping the corruption that is in the world through lust.

65 The Medical Missionary August 1, 1892, paragraph 5

... glory of heaven, and for our sake became poor, that we through his poverty might become rich. He clothed his divinity with humanity, and came to the sin-cursed world to endure insult, reproach ...

66 The Messenger December 15, 1892, paragraph 2

... humanity. He had laid aside his glory, stepped down from his throne, clothed his divinity with humanity, that with his human arm He might encircle the race, and with his divine arm reach the throne of ...

67 The Northern Illinois Recorder August 17, 1909, paragraph 10

... courts to help and strengthen, to bring to you in the form of humanity the divinity of the Son of God. He came from the heavenly courts that you might be ...

68 The Northern Illinois Recorder August 17, 1909, paragraph 12

... was willing to do that and come down and be a little child and help his father at the carpenter's trade. If He was building, He would build surely and ...

69 The Northern Illinois Recorder August 17, 1909, paragraph 14

... save the sinner. God loves the sinner. Lay hold of Christ's life and that divinity combined with humanity will bring you out in an experience that you will have rejoicing ...

70 Pacific Union Recorder August 1, 1901, Art. A, paragraph 7

... alive in the church the principles of self-denial and self-sacrifice, which Christ, His divinity clothed with humanity, followed in His work as a missionary. It is imparting the knowledge of Christ's love ...

71 Pacific Union Recorder December 3, 1903, paragraph 4

Christ's Victory; Our Unbelief. While upon this earth, the Son of God was the Son of man; yet there were times when His divinity flashed forth. Thus it was when He said to the paralytic, “Be of good cheer; thy sins be forgiven thee.”

72 Pacific Union Recorder June 2, 1904, paragraph 5

... lose an opportunity to sow the seeds of truth. Christ, the Majesty of heaven, clothed His divinity with humanity, and came to this world to stand at the head of the human ...

73 Pacific Union Recorder February 9, 1905, paragraph 2

Christ assumed human nature, that He might reach humanity, and at the same time through His divinity lay hold of divine power. He became a man, that men and women might become one with Him as He is one with the Father. While on this earth He was tempted and tried in all points like as we are. He says to every believing child, “Fear not; I have overcome the world. The victories that I gained make it possible for you to be more than a conqueror.”

74 The Present Truth (UK) January 21, 1886, paragraph 10

... crucified as a malefactor. While the leading Jews deny him, and even the disciples doubt his Divinity, the poor thief, upon the brink of eternity, at the close of ...

75 The Present Truth (UK) February 14, 1895, paragraph 2

Christ had suffered in the flesh. He had clothed His Divinity with humanity, and in every period of His life, through infancy, childhood, youth, and manhood, He had suffered every phase of trial and ...

76 The Present Truth (UK) August 25, 1904, paragraph 6

... , men have become defiled and corrupted. Christ came, clothing His divinity with humanity, that He might touch humanity, without extinguishing it by divinity. He came to save the lost sheep. He became a ...

77 The Review and Herald December 31, 1872, paragraph 10

... to their charge and parental care, for awhile, the Son of God, whose divinity was veiled with humanity. His tarry in Jerusalem was designed of him as a gentle reminder to them ...

78 The Review and Herald January 21, 1873, paragraph 16

... . Christ condescended to take humanity, and thus he unites his interests with the fallen sons and daughters of Adam here below, while his divinity grasps the throne of God. And thus Christ opens ...

79 The Review and Herald August 4, 1874, paragraph 9

... . He flattered himself that his assumed character, as one of the heavenly angels, could not be discerned. He feigned to doubt the divinity of Christ, because of his emaciated appearance and unpleasant surroundings ...

80 The Review and Herald April 1, 1875, paragraph 2

It was a difficult task for the Prince of Life to carry out the plan which he had undertaken for the salvation of man, in clothing his divinity with humanity. He had received honor in the heavenly courts, and was familiar with absolute power. It was as difficult for him to keep the level of humanity as it is for men to rise above the low level of their depraved natures, and be partakers of the divine nature.