Who said, "we are all Greeks"?

Who said, "we are all Greeks"?

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In the book of john chapter 5:24 what jesus said to those who believe

The question cannot be answered by randomly picking a passage from the Bible. Nevertheless, what we have here is another promise postdated to the kind of death Christ was going to suffer with multiplying effects, viz.: verifiably Spirit-active, perfect and diacritical! (John 19: 30-37)