On John 7.37-39
AMID THE disputes and doubts of the Jews about the Lord Jesus Christ among the other things that he said by which some were confounded [and] others were taught, on that "last day of the festivity" (for these things were being done then) which is called Scenopegia, that is, the building of tents—and you remember, my beloved people, this festivity has previously been discussed 1.—the Lord Jesus Christ calls, and this not merely by speaking, but by crying out, that he who thirsts may come to him. If we thirst, let us come, and not on foot, 2. but in our feelings; let us come not by traveling but by loving. Though, according to the interior man, he who loves also travels. To travel by the body is one thing, by the heart another. He who changes place by movement of the body travels by the body; he who changes his feeling by the movement of his heart travels by the heart. If you love one thing, [but] you were loving another, you are not there where you were.
2. Therefore, the Lord cries out to us. "He stood and cried out, 'If anyone thirsts, let him come to me and drink. He who believes in me, as the Scripture says, out of his belly there shall flow rivers of living water.'" 3. Since the Evangelist has ex‐____________________