“When Rogers had thanked God, he rose, took my hand, and said:— "Mr Walton, you WILL preach now. I thank God for the good we shall all get from the trouble you have gone through." "I ought to be the better for it," I answered. "You WILL be the better for it," he returned. "I … Continue reading Trouble

God Nowhere

“What a horror of darkness seemed to hang over that family! What deeds of wickedness! But the reason was clear: the horror came from within; selfishness, and fierceness of temper were its source—no unhappy DOOM. The worship of one's own will fumes out around the being an atmosphere of evil, an altogether abnormal condition of … Continue reading God Nowhere