Thursday, July 23, 2009

Samuel Rutherford Quote

And at the may ...arrive at our Lord's harbor; and be made welcome, as one of those who have ever had one foot loose from the earth, longing for that place where your soul shall feast and banquet for ever and ever upon a glorious sight of the incomprehensible Trinity, and where ye shall see the fair face of the man Christ, even the beautiful face that was once for your cause more marred than any of the visages of the sons of men [Isaiah 52:14], and was all covered with spitting and blood.

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