Thomas D.W. Muir

The Power of God

God must reveal Himself, His greatness, grace, and glory, or with all our fancied knowledge we must remain in ignorance of Him. How varied are the opinions of men as to His character. One man speaks of Him as though He were a cruel tyrant, more than willing to crush the creatures of His hand. Like the "hard and austere man," who "gathered where he had not sown" (Mt. 25:24), they think of Him as exacting from other men what they cannot give. ...
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