Friday, October 24, 2008

More Excerpts from Rutherford

Be content, ye are his wheat growing in our Lord's field. And if wheat, ye must go under our Lord's threshing instrument, in his barn-floor, and through his sieve, and through his mill to be bruised, as the Prince of your salvation, Jesus was (Isa. 53:9), that ye may be found good bread in your Lord's house.

Dry wells send us to the fountain.

Now would to God, all cold-blooded, faint-hearted soldiers of Christ would look again to Jesus and to his love; and when they look, I would have them to look again and again, and fill themselves with beholding of Christ's beauty; and I dare say then, that Christ should come in great court and request with many.

No pen, no words, no image can express to you the loveliness of my only, only Lord Jesus.

- Samuel Rutherford, The Loveliness of Christ

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