The Song of Solomon, Arranged for Sunday Reading, with Meditations by H. Law

The Song of Solomon, Arranged for Sunday Reading, with Meditations by H. Law

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1879 edition. Excerpt: ...attentive ears when they open out their need, and in sweet communion, beseech Him to render help. Their praises, too, are odorous as the myrrh, and grateful as the scent of frankincense. It is indeed a mighty mystery, but faith clings to the truth, that in prayer and praise we glorify and gratify our Lord. Shall we ever, then, be silent? Let it be our constant effort, and our ceaseless wish to besiege the mercy-seat with prayer, and to encircle the throne with praise. May we thus stand prominently out as mountains of myrrh, and hills of frankincense! As we thus draw near to Christ, we have His promise that He will draw near to us--that He will come and take up His abode within us. His presence now is but a faint shadow of the brightness of the glory which shall speedily be revealed. In comparison with the light of heaven, these days are days of mists, and gloom, and darkness. Ignorance often is a concealing veil. We see but in part--we know but in part. Unbelief, too, intervenes, and utterly prevents open and clear sight. Sins rise as an obscuring cloud, and cast a shadow over the beauties and the smiles of Christ. But soon shall the day break, and the shadows flee away! Soon, very soon, shall the Sun of Righteousness arise. Soon, very soon, shall we see Him as He is, face to face, in the brightness of His unclouded lustre! The Lord shall be an everlasting light, and our God our glory. Shall we not cry, O Lord, we love Thine appearing. Come, Lord Jesus, come quickly! Ch. iv. 7. "Thou art all fairy my love; there is no spot in thee." GRAND and precious are the assurances which hang in clusters from the Word! They spring from the heart of Christ, to cheer--to elevate--to gladden--to sanctify. May we have faith to clasp them to our...show more

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  • Paperback | 36 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 82g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236929756
  • 9781236929754