Universalist Quote of the Day #171

“As we look over this world and see the sin, the sorrows, the the strugglings and animosities that fill the world, and rend the nations, when we see everywhere what may be summed up and expressed in one word, ‘vanity,’ that fills men’s hearts, and gives them their motives, we shall, in some measure at least, feel like the apostle.  When we look above and see that God’s ways will at length bring order out of this chaos, the world delivered from this bondage of corruption shall be raised into the glorious light and liberty of the children of God,–when we see this event so clearly foreshadowed in the ways of God to man, may we not join the apostle in exclaiming, ‘Oh the depths of the riches, both of the wisdom and knowledge of God!  how unsearchable are his judgments, and his ways past finding out’?”

–Rev. H.B. Smith


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