Christianity through the Thirteenth Century by Marshall W. Baldwin

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Confessions, IX, I 3· LITURGICAL HYMNS OF THE PATRISTIC PERIOD 43 Praeco diei jam sonat N octis profundae pervigil N octurna lux viantibus A nocte noctem segregans. Eternal founder of the world, who rulest night and day and givest changes in due season to relieve our weariness, The herald of the day, ever watchful through the depth of night and as helpful as a light in the dark is to travellers, is sounding his call, marking off one night-watch from another. Surgamus ergo strenue, Gallus jacentes excitat, Et somnolentos increpat, Gallus negantes arguit.

Chapter 14 I And on the Lord's day, after you have come together, break bread and offer the Eucharist, having first confessed your offenses, so that your sacrifice may be pure. 2 But let no one who has a quarrel with his neighbor join you until he is reconciled, lest your sacrifice be defiled (Matt 5: 2 3 ff). 3 For it was said by the Lord: 'In every place and time let there be offered to me a clean sacrifice, because I am the great king'; and also: 'and my name is wonderful among the Gentiles (Mal.

Hear what the Lord saith, concerning those who are in this disposition; "If thou bring thy gift to the altar, and there rememberest that thy brother hath aught against thee"-He does not say, "wait for him to come to thee," nor "speak with another as mediator," nor "entreat some other," but "do thou thyself make the advance toward him," For the exhortation is, "Go thy way, first be reconciled to thy brother (Matt. 5:23, 24)" 0 transcendent wonder! Does He Himself account it no dishonor, that the gift should be left unoffered, and dost thou think it a mark of disgrace to go first and be reconciled?

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