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The Life of God in the Soul of Man by Henry Scougal
"This is one of the best devotional / theological books I have had the pleasure of reading. This is probably fourth or fifth time I have read it.

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“A window opens in my soul, and a fresh breeze drifts over me. And for a moment, like that night, nothing exists but now and forever. No fears or sadness, no need to forgive, nothing to hold me back, just possibilities and passion to empower every dream.”
Rose Chandler Johnson, My Father's House

“But my heart didn’t believe her. Her words didn’t sooth the hurt made all the more painful because I didn’t understand it myself.”
Rose Chandler Johnson, My Father's House

“Yesterday we buried the woman who raised me, tethering my heart strings to both heaven and earth.”
Rose Chandler Johnson, My Father's House

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“It is, I think, that we are all so alone in what lies deepest in our souls, so unable to find the words, and perhaps the courage to speak with unlocked hearts, that we don't know at all that it is the same with others.”
Sheldon Vanauken, A Severe Mercy: A Story of Faith, Tragedy and Triumph

“The best argument for Christianity is Christians: their joy, their certainty, their completeness. But the strongest argument against Christianity is also Christians--when they are sombre and joyless, when they are self-righteous and smug in complacent consecration, when they are narrow and repressive, then Christianity dies a thousand deaths. But, though it is just to condemn some Christians for these things, perhaps, after all, it is not just, though very easy, to condemn Christianity itself for them. Indeed, there are impressive indications that the positive quality of joy is in Christianity--and possibly nowhere else. If that were certain, it would be proof of a very high order”
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“If it's half as good as the half we've known, here's Hail! to the rest of the road.”
Sheldon Vanauken, A Severe Mercy: A Story of Faith, Tragedy and Triumph

“The adult must seem to mislead the child, and the Master the dog. They misread the signs. Their ignorance and their wishes twist everything. You are so sure you know what the promise promised! And the danger is that when what He means by ‘wind’ appears you will ignore it because it is not what you thought it would be—as He Himself was rejected because He was not like the Messiah the Jews had in mind.”
Sheldon Vanauken, A Severe Mercy: A Story of Faith, Tragedy and Triumph

“To send a letter is a good way to go somewhere without moving anything but your heart.”
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