Excerpt from Joy in Service; Forgetting, and Pressing Onward; Until the Day Dawn; The Teacher and Pastor
This is one of the. Sentences that dropped from the lips of Christ, which let us into his per sonal spiritual life and in some measure lay bare his mind. To be permitted thus to share his confidence is one of our greatest privileges. Viewing him from a distance may admire his char acter viewing him in history, we may confess his incomparable power; viewing him when convin cing us of our own sin, we may adore him as our Saviour; butwe desire, and may have, a still more intimate acquaintance. He tells us about himself. He de scribes here and there his personal inner life. He permits us to share his secrets, and all that we other wise feel of reverence, admiration, and gratitude gives new value to these disclosures of the spiritual life of the God in man.
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