March 26, 2013

“We must never think of our cross as our penalty; we must think of it as our glory. . . The harder the task we give a student, or a craftsman, or a surgeon, the more we honour him. We, in effect, say that we believe that nobody but him could attempt that task at all.  So when it is hard to be a Christian, we must regard it as our glory, as our honour given to us by God.”  (W. Barclay)

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