Excerpt from Truth and Freedom
Turn the back upon the erring past, and face constantly the eternal now, and the progressive and sublime future.
The writer does not presume to sweep away all seeming obscurities from limitless and eternal Truth, possibly some light may shine forth and cast its rays upon the dark clouds that to mortals seem to be. For instances Of imperfection he would crave forbearance; and for any success and help fulness he would give the glory to god alone, to whom it is due.
Wherever imperfection Of any sort to mortal sense appears or seems to be, there, absolute perfection really is; because God made all that is made, and all He made is like Himself absolutely perfect, eternal, and Good.
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