1.6.1 So, after Constantine formed the wondrous image into the shape of a trophy—inlaying it with gold and precious stones and fitting it onto a spear shaft—he gave the image from the Most High to those riding in front to carry. In this way, through his deeds, he sought to see the promise of those words fulfilled.

1.6.2 And he did not fail to obtain what he hoped for. The more quickly that he put his trust in the things which he had seen, the swifter he received victory from the faith.


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