Sunday, September 11, 2005

Nuts To Crack - A List of Paradoxes from C H Spurgeon

I was reading through the Sword and Trowel November 1874 edition and found this short piece. It's vintage:

The Christian is one who is to be plainly seen, and yet his life is hidden; he is a man in the world, but not a man of the world; he converses with other men, and yet his conversation is in heaven.He is one who lives to die, and dies to live; yet he is dead while he lives, and lives when he dies.He is one who lives in another, and for another; he seeks not himself when he aims most at his own good; God is his all, and his all is God; he aims at no end but the glory of God, of which there is no end.

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