Quotable

21 Sep

“Some may berate us for living in the past.  I think the Bible would tell us that we could do a lot worse.  There is a sense in which the saints must live in the past if they are to remember Yahweh’s mercies and be able to sing, ‘O to grace how great a debtor, daily I’m constrained to be.’  We can put it this way: we stand in the present but dwell on the past in order that we can be steadfast for the future.”
-Dale Ralph Davis, 1 Samuel: Looking on the Heart (Christian Focus, 2000, p. 78)

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