Excerpt from Mining Town Sermons: Short Sermons Preached in the Mining Towns of Colorado
In contemplating this text, which must re'echo on many an occasion from every human soul, two things are plain: That there is something higher than we; and that the loftiest desire of the soul is to be led there. And for man to acknowledge this, is, to say the least, advancement. Though man be the crowning work of the world, yet there is a rock higher than he, and that is the everlasting Rock of Ages. Who is a rock, save our God says the Psalmist. Thou art my rock and my fortress. He only is my rock; the rock of my strength.
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