Universalist Quote of the Day #235

“We are prompted to ask many questions that find no adequate answer, only as we conclude that a good Being rules, and that which began well must be successful.

The Scriptures will not warrant any special class of mankind in appropriating the Bible promises and hopes to themselves.  They belong to all, and, and if any do not embrace and enjoy them, it is their misfortune.

Did the result depend on us, we could very readily predict a failure.  ‘Which shall be glad tidings to all.’ ‘Hope thou in God, for I shall yet praise him.’ These are the assurances that have greatly comforted and sustained people in the trials and difficulties of life.  All Christians come here for peace and repose.”

–Rev. Henry Jewell


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