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33群众听了他的教训,就十分诧异。
33And when the multitude heard this, they were astonished at his doctrine.
33 Verse 33. The multitude were astonished at his doctrine.] God

uses the infidelity of some for the edification of others. Had no

false doctrine been broached in the world, we had not seen the

full evidence of the true teaching. The opposition of deists and

infidels has only served to raise up men in behalf of the truth of

God, who not only have refuted them, but shown, at the same time,

that the sacred testimonies are infinitely amiable in themselves,

and worthy of all acceptation. Truth always gains by being

opposed.