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A Commentary Upon The Gospel According To Saint Luke -St. Cyril

And the multitudes asked him

THE blessed Luke has introduced three classes of men making inquiry of John,—the multitudes, the publicans, and, thirdly, the soldiers: and as a skilful physician applies to each malady a suitable and fitting remedy, so also the Baptist gave to each mode of life useful and becoming counsel, bidding the multitudes in their course towards repentance practise mutual kindness: for the publicans, he stops the way to unrestrained exactions: and very wisely tells the soldiers to oppress no one, but be content with their wages.








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