Universalist Quote of the Day #134

“No Christian soul can hope or pray for the endless ruin of a single human soul,–can regard it even with complacency, much less with ‘a joy full of glory.’  If the tongue proclaim faith in such an issue of any human life, the heart rebels against, and cannot pray for it.  Such a faith does not satisfy, and therefore cannot give rest.  It is only that faith which reveals a home for all–where kindred, family, and the whole world shall surely meet, all saved and blest at last–that can satisfy any benevolent or Christian soul, or that any such soul can possibly pray or hope for.”

–Rev. W.S. Ballou


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