The Laws of Christ for Common Life. Chapter 17. On Obeying Christ

Christ does not come to us asking only for our confidence, as one who has a larger knowledge of moral duty than we have; He comes asserting authority and insisting on obedience. I do not know how to put it except by saying that He speaks to us as an objective conscience — a conscience outside of us — with an authority to which we are bound to submit.

By Robert William Dale

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