Chapter 25 Angulimala Sutra
"What are the four ? The words 'the four noble truths' are renowned in the Śrāvaka-yāna, but such features are absent from the Mahāyāna.
The following inherent natures and functions are the four truths:
1)to say that the Tathāgata is permanent is an absolute truth for Mahāyāna,
but suffering (dukha) is not a truth;
2)to say that the Tathāgata is eternal is an absolute truth,
but not origination (samudaya);
3)to say that the Tathāgata is supremely unchanging is an absolute truth,
but cessation (nirodha) is not a truth;
4)and to say that the Tathāgata is peace is an absolute truth,
but not the path (mārga).
These are the four noble truths for Mahāyāna.
This is literally turning the 4 Noble Truths the turning of the sutras as Huineng said!!!!
Would anyone like to venture into the meaning of this profound statement through your practice. This is the meaning which separates the philosophers who simply read the 4 Noble Truths and gain a cursery intellectual understanding from the practitioners!