Monday, November 27, 2006

To Christ Be Glory

'To Him be the glory.' The saved soul longs to give glory to Christ. He looks back over all the way by which he has been led, and says from the bottom of his heart, 'To Him be glory.' He looks to the love of Jesus--to his awakening, drawing, washing, renewing, making him a king and a priest. Ministers may have been used as instruments, but he looks far beyond these and says, To Him be glory. A true Christian will cast his crown nowhere but at the feet of Jesus. It was He that loved me, He that washed me--'To Him be glory.'

Robert Murray McCheyne, The Believer's Joy, 68

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