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The Bible



The Bible is the richest treasure of the world.
Without it, the palace is a dark blank.
With it, the humble cottage sparkles with celestial light.
It is the transcript of God's heart.
It tells, what human reason is weak to find.
It is pure truth without one shade of error.
It gives know
ledge on all things needful for time and for eternity.
It is a safe guide through life's entang
led path.
It is a compass . . . through shoals and rocks; amid winds and waves; to heaven's eternal rest.
The sage is ignorant without it.
The peasant learns from it salvation's road.
It is a solace for every hour.
It is a companion always ready to converse.
It cheers when other comforts fail.
It is arrayed in every charm for intellect.
It never wearies.
It is always fresh.
Its oldest truths cannot grow old.
Its readers become more wise; more holy.
Other books may puzzle and corrupt. The Bible is from heaven, and leads to heaven.
It enters the heart with purifying grace.
The more you search the Bible, the more your minds will wonder, and your hearts will love.
Read it as literally true. Then no human philosophy will beguile you.

 

Ponder its characters. You will find on them the intrinsic stamp of truth.

 

 

Henry Law, "Beacons of the Bible" 1869

 


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