No, you cannot

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No, you cannot

When John Chrysostom (ca. 347-407) was brought before the empress Eudoxia,
she threatened him with banishment if he insisted on his Christian
independence as a preacher. "You cannot banish me, for this world is my
Father's house." "But I will kill you," said the empress. "No, you cannot,
for my life is hid with Christ in God," said John. "I will take away your
treasures." "No, you cannot, for my treasure is in heaven and my heart is
there." "But I will drive you away from your friends and you will have no
one left." "No, you cannot, for I have a Friend in heaven from whom you
cannot separate me. I defy you, for there is nothing you can do to harm me."