George Swinnock



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“There are depths in His word where elephants can swim and there are also shallows where lambs can wade.”
George Swinnock, The Blessed and Boundless God

“now why is the devil's money accepted, the world's offer embraced, and God's rejected? Truly, men do not know the worth of what God offers them. The money the devil and the world offer is in their own currency, and is familiar to them. Swine trample on pearls, because they do not know their value. Men prefer the poor things they have because they are in their current possession. The devil seeks to peck out the eyes of men, that they do not see the blessed God and the happiness that is to be enjoyed in him. O how dull is the world's glass in the presence of true crystal! The magnet of earth will not draw man's affections while heaven is visible. He that has fed on the heavenly banquet cannot savor anything else.”
George Swinnock

“A gracious wife satisfies a good husband, and silences a bad one.”
George Swinnock

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