February 26, 2013

“We have not an high priest who cannot be touched with the feelings of our infirmities”  When we appeal to Him, by His remembrance of all His own sufferings to remember us in our sufferings, the appeal touches His heart.  Remember, Lord, Thy loving-kindnesses.  Call to mind all Thy dealings with the sick, the sorrowful, the poor, in the days of thy flesh.  Call to mind all Thine own trials and afflictions manifold.  Remember us, Lord; and show in Thy remembrance of us that thou art ‘the same yesterday, today, and forever.’”  (R. S. Candlish; 1806-1875)

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