Universalist Quote of the Day #218

“So is death to us.  Its power extends only to the body, the house in which we dwell, crumbling it to its kindred dust.  The spirit, mind, the conscious essence that constitutes us,–call it by what name you will,–so mighty in thought, so far-reaching and comprehensive in its powers, that knocks at the door of the council-chamber of the King of kings–this is more than gross, senseless matter, more than dust that returns to the earth as it was.  It is an emanation from God himself, the offspring of Infinite Intelligence, a ‘partaker of the divine nature,’ and is as immortal as its eternal Parent, and can never see death.”

–Rev. R.S. Pope


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