KJV Scripture Quotation

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Scripture quotations marked KJV are from the Holy Bible, King James Version (Authorized Version). First published in 1611. Quoted from the KJV Classic Reference Bible, Copyright © 1983 by The Zondervan Corporation.

Scripture quotations marked RSV are taken from the Revised Standard Version of the Bible, copyright © 1946, 1952, 1971 by the Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the USA. Used by permission.

(1964 lectures unabridged, verbatim, and all transcribed from tapes recorded in live audiences in Los Angeles, CA. Reel-to-reel transcriptions and books compiled by Natalie.)

NEVILLE The Real Man
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Everyone that is called knows who he is, and to those who are called, Christ is the power of God and the wisdom of God. Then you come back into this world and you experiment, and you tell it, and you try it out. You try it out in a thousand ways and it proves itself in performance every time you try it...if you really get fired within yourself. You must be fired...you must want something, really want it. Sometimes you make mistakes, make a thousand mistakes, and you hurt; but, nevertheless, you are trying a power and the power is Christ. So, Christ is this wonderful power that is your own wonderful human…show more content…
There was a lad at Oxford University, but poverty drove him to stop his studies; and then the pressure grew more and more intense because he had to live, and so he joined a band of gypsies, a group of gypsies. One day, by chance, two passed by and they recognized him and he recognized them, they were friends of his at Oxford. By a sign, he asked them not to identify him in the midst of the gypsies. Then he went to one of them and said to this one, “Take your friend to an inn and I will join you shortly,” which he did. They inquired, they asked him, “Why? What is all this about that you an Oxford student living with this stupid group of people?” Well, he explained to them the reason why—the necessity was so great that he had to leave Oxford because of his poverty. “But they are not the imposters that you think they are. They have a peculiar tradition of learning, which they have taught me, and I have acquired all of it, and I have added to what they have given to me beyond what they themselves can give. It’s all about the power of
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