On John 7.1-13
IN THIS section of the Gospel, brothers, our Lord Jesus Christ has very much commended himself to our faith according to his humanness. For he always in his words and works effects this, that he be believed as God and man, God who made us, man who sought after us, God with the Father forever, man with us in time. For he would not seek after that which he had made unless he himself became what he had made. But remember this and do not dismiss it from your hearts: that Christ was made man in such a way that he did not cease to be God. Remaining God, he who made man received the man.
(2) Therefore, when he hid as a man, he must not be thought to have lost his power, but to have offered an example to weakness. 1. For when he wished it, he was arrested; when he wished it, he was put to death. But since there would be his members, that is, his faithful, who would not have that power which our God himself had, by hiding, by concealing himself as if [he were doing this] that he might not be killed, he indicated that his members, among whom, of course, he himself was, would do this. For Christ is not in the head or in the body, but Christ is wholly in the head and in the body. Therefore, what his members are, he is; but what he is, his members are not necessarily. For if he were not his members, he would not have said, "Saul, why do you persecute me?" 2. For Saul was not persecuting him, but his members, that is, his____________________