A Remembered Christ

Reading today, I was deeply convicted and greatly encouraged by this statement by Richard Baxter (I brought the wording into our century):
If you say that your comfort is all in Christ, I must tell you, it is a Christ remembered and loved, and not a Christ forgotten or only talked of, that will solidly comfort you.
—Richard Baxter, The Saints' Everlasting Rest, p. 235 (GBks).

Jesus Christ
January 2, 2017


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