October 20, 2017

“He condescended to become a servant and debtor to the law that He might become our substitute.  He paid a life of privation and disgrace, suffered the contradiction of sinners against Himself, and finally laid down His own life, paid the infinite claims that eternal justice demanded for the redemption of His people, and it was no less than the price of His own blood.”  (J. R. Graves  1820-1893)

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