Excerpt from Why Will Ye Die?: A Sermon, Preached June 28th, 1857
You have heard, my brethren, the circumstances under which God makes this remonstrance to his people, the children of Israel. He pleads with them through the whole of this chapter, and sets forth to them his dealings with them - how that his dealings are just and right, as between man and his Maker - how that there is in them nothing forced, nothing unequal, nothing that we can complain of, but that every thing is fair and straightforward grace is offered, and mercy is offered, and whatsoever soul acquires that grace and mercy shall be safe, and shall live; and whatsoever soul rejects that grace and mercy shall be in peril, and shall die; and that no man shall suffer for another man, and that none shall have anything to complain of; when all stand before the bar of the great Almighty Judge, all that they shall have then to confess is, that their ways were unequal, but that God's were equal.
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