Universalist Quote of the Day #196

“The Psalmist was right: ‘We spends our years as a tale that is told.’  Yet this life is precious, short as it is.  We live it over a thousand times in our memory.  And how the dark days–the days of sorrow and disappointment–seem to have dropped out, while the bright days of childhood, youth, and manhood, are fresh!  The years seem to grow shorter and shorter to the aged.  As we look backward, it seems but a brief period; but as we look forward, eternity is before us.  There are no clouds in the sky of the future, no disappointments, no sins, no sorrows.  The sun of infinite love shines there.  There the weary will find rest.”

–Rev. S.A. Davis


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