For it beseemed him, for whom all things, and by whom all things were made, which had brought many sons into glory, and was author of the health of them, that he had an end by passion. [+Forsooth it became him, for whom all things, and by all things, the which had led together many sons into glory, the maker of the health of them, to end, either make perfect, by passions.]
For he that halloweth, and they that be hallowed, be all of one; for which cause he is not ashamed to call them brethren,
saying, I shall tell thy name to my brethren; in the middle of the church I shall praise thee.
And again, I shall be trusting into him; and again, Lo! I and my children, which God gave to me.
Therefore for children communed to flesh and blood, and he also took part of the same, that by death he should destroy him that had lordship of death, that is to say, the devil,
and that he should deliver them that by dread of death [and should deliver them that by dread of death], by all life were bound to servage.
And he took [to] never angels, but he took [to] the seed of Abraham.
Wherefore he ought to be likened to brethren by all things, that he should be made merciful and a faithful bishop to God, that he should be merciful to the trespasses of the people.
For in that thing in which he suffered, and was tempted, he is mighty to help also them that be tempted.