Excerpt from Sermons and Reminiscences
Space, and he will try to tell you of its importance, and of the high value he would place on it if it were his. Those quivering lips, those tearful eyes, and oft-repeated prayers, and sighs and groans all elo quent of woe, are but faint indications of the ordeal through which the soul is passing because it is not saved. Saved! How great would be the contrast? Those lips would warble praise to God. Those eyes would trace the record of some gracious promise given to cheer and nerve the soul, and those prayers would be a rich spiritual legacy to sorrowing friends; while, instead of sighs and groans, sweet rapturous songs of victory would indicate the freeing of the imprisoned spirit, and her readiness to mingle in the anthem of the upper choir, the blended melodies of the redeemed.
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