The Laws of Christ for Common Life. Chapter 14. Christian Worldliness

To the Christian man this life is not an outlying waste, forsaken of God and unblessed; it is one of the provinces of the Divine kingdom; the most trivial of our occupations, the most transient of our joys and sorrows ought to find their place in the Divine order. It must be possible for us, with a clear vision of eternity and of the great glory of God, to stand in friendly and kindly relations to this present world. This is what I mean by ” Christian Worldliness.”

By Robert William Dale

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