When I am Most Near God – A Puritan Quote


And truly, when I am most near God, I have no greater request then this for myself and you, that God would use any means to make us see things really as they are, and pound our hearts all to pieces, and make indeed sin most bitter, and Christ most sweet; that we might both be humbled and comforted to purpose

Jonathan Mitchel, A discourse of the Glory, 3

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