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A "god" whose will is resisted, whose designs are frustrated, whose purpose is checkmated, possesses no title to Deity, and so far from being a fit object of worship, merits nought but contempt.

    Author: A.W. Pink
    Topics: God

God wants us to worship Him. He doesn't need us, for He couldn't be a self-sufficient God and need anything or anybody, but He wants us. When Adam sinned it was not He who cried, "God, where art Thou?" It was God who cried, "Adam, where art thou?"

    Author: A.W. Tozer
    Topics: Worship

I can safely say, on the authority of all that is revealed in the Word of God, that any man or woman on this earth who is bored and turned off by worship is not ready for heaven.

    Author: A.W. Tozer
    Topics: Worship, Heaven

I wonder if there was ever a time when true spiritual worship was at a lower ebb. To great sections of the church, the art of worship has been lost entirely, and in its place has come that strange and foreign thing called the "program." This word has been borrowed from the stage and applied with sad wisdom to the public service which now passes for worship among us.

    Author: A.W. Tozer
    Topics: Worship

Fruitful and acceptable worship begins before it begins.

    Author: Alexander MacLaren
    Topics: Worship

A little lifting of the heart suffices; a little remembrance of God, one act of inward worship are prayers which, however short, are nevertheless acceptable to God.
- Brother Lawrence

    Author: Assorted Authors
    Topics: Prayer, Worship

It cannot be emphasized too strongly or too often that this great nation was founded, not by religionists, but by Christians; not on religions, but on the gospel of Jesus Christ! For this very reason peoples of other faiths have been afforded asylum, prosperity, and freedom of worship here.
- Patrick Henry

    Author: Assorted Authors
    Topics: Christianity, Freedom, The Gospel

The highest form of worship is the worship of unselfish Christian service.

    Author: Billy Graham
    Topics: Worship, Service

But with Christ, we have access in a one-to-one relationship, for, as in the Old Testament, it was more one of worship and awe, a vertical relationship. The New Testament, on the other hand, we look across at a Jesus who looks familiar, horizontal. The combination is what makes the Cross.

    Author: Bono
    Topics: The Cross

Mock the devil and he will flee from thee. Fear of the devil leads to devil worship.

    Author: Bono
    Topics: Satan

God as we ought to worship Him. God is Spirit, so we must worship Him in spirit and truth, that is, by a humble and true adoration of spirit in the depth and centre of our souls.

    Author: Brother Lawrence
    Topics: Worship

To worship God in truth is further to admit that we are entirely contrary to Him, and that He is willing to make us like Himself if we desire it. Who will be so imprudent as to turn himself away, even for a moment, from the reverence, love, service and continual adoration which we most justly owe Him?

    Author: Brother Lawrence
    Topics: Worship

To worship God in truth is to recognize Him for being who He is, and to recognize ourselves for what we are.

    Author: Brother Lawrence
    Topics: Worship

A little lifting of the heart suffices; a little remembrance of God, one act of inward worship are prayers which, however short, are nevertheless acceptable to God.

    Author: Brother Lawrence
    Topics: Prayer, Worship, The Heart

A man can no more diminish God's glory by refusing to worship Him than a lunatic can put out the sun by scribbling the word 'darkness' on the walls of his cell.

    Author: C.S. Lewis
    Topics: Atheism

Depend on it, my hearer, you never will go to heaven unless you are prepared to worship Jesus Christ as God.

    Author: Charles Spurgeon
    Topics: Heaven

I believe that in public worship we should do well to be bound by no human rules, and constrained by no stereotyped order.

    Author: Charles Spurgeon
    Topics: Worship

The best worship that we ever render to God is far from perfect. Our praises, how faint and feeble they are! Our prayers, how wandering, how wavering they are! When we get nearest to God, how far off we are! When we are most like Him, how greatly unlike Him we are!

    Author: Charles Spurgeon
    Source: 40.330.
    Topics: Worship

To be used of God. Is there anything more encouraging, more fulfilling? Perhaps not, but there is something more basic: to meet with God. To linger in His presence, to shut out the noise of the city and, in quietness, give Him the praise He deserves. Before we engage ourselves in His work, let's meet Him in His Word... in prayer... in worship.

    Author: Chuck Swindoll
    Topics: Service, Prayer, Worship

The difference between grace and works is the difference between worship and idolatry. The man inebriated with the thought that all he has is Yahweh's gift finds himself repeatedly on his knees, adoring, thanking, praising. But if we do not grasp grace we plummet into idolatry, for that is the inevitable corollary of self-sufficiency.

    Author: Dale Ralph Davis
    Source: 1 Samuel, p. 318.
    Topics: Grace, Idolatry

For human beings self-worship is the worst sin, for God it is the epitome of His righteousness.The Unity of the Bible

    Author: Daniel Fuller
    Topics: Self-love

The most vital concern for each of us is to have a joyful and fulfilled future... Whatever people hope for in the future, that is what they worship, and whatever people worship, that is what they inevitably serve.

    Author: Daniel Fuller
    Source: The Unity of the Bible
    Topics: The Future

Conscience, in the cause of religion and the worship of the Deity, prepares the mind to act and to suffer beyond almost all other causes.

    Author: Daniel Webster
    Topics: Conscience, God

To reverence the impersonal creation instead of the personal God who created us is a perversion designed for escaping moral accountability to the Creator. God indicts those who worship the creation instead of its Creator (Rom 1:18-23); and warns of the corruption of morals and behavior which results.

    Author: Dave Hunt
    Topics: Atheism, Heresy, Creation

Worship is not a repetitious exercise of rituals and formulas. These create a veil that actually prevents us from enjoying the presence of the Lord. Worship is the heart poured out in gratitude and awe, expressing our appreciation of who He is and what He has done for us by His grace through Jesus Christ.

    Author: Dave Hunt
    Topics: Worship, The Heart

God's love is his holiness reaching out to sinners; grace is but the price that his love pays to his holiness; the cross is but its victory over sin and death; and faith is but the way in which we bring our worship to him who is holy.

    Author: David F. Wells
    Topics: Grace, The Cross, Faith

People who do not worship are swept into a vast restlessness, epidemic in the world, with no steady direction and no sustaining purpose.

    Author: Edmund Clowney
    Topics: Worship

When we worship God as we ought that's when the nations listen.

    Author: Edmund Clowney
    Topics: Worship

Worship is a meeting at the centre so that our lives are centred in God and not lived eccentrically. We worship so that we live in response to and from this centre, the living God. Failure to worship consigns us to a life of spasms and jerks, at the mercy of every advertisement, every seduction, every siren. Without worship we live manipulated and manipulating lives. We move in either frightened panic or deluded lethargy as we are, in turn, alarmed by spectres and soothed by placebos. If there is no centre, there is no circumference.

    Author: Edmund Clowney
    Topics: Worship

Man, so long as he remains free, has no more constant and agonizing anxiety than find as quickly as possible someone to worship.

    Author: Fyodor Dostoevsky
    Topics: Worship, Freedom

Men do not accept their prophets and slay them, but they love their martyrs and worship those whom they have tortured to death.

    Author: Fyodor Dostoevsky
    Topics: Preaching

When we really worship anything, we love not only its clearness but its obscurity. We exult in its very invisibility.

    Author: G.K. Chesterton
    Topics: Worship

It is one thing for the living water to descend from Christ into the heart, and another thing how--when it has descended--it moves the heart to worship. All power of worship in the soul, is the result of the waters flowing into it, and their flowing back again to God.

    Author: G.V. Wigram
    Topics: Worship

Real worship is that of the heart.

    Author: Harry Ironside
    Topics: Worship, The Heart

I never knew how to worship until I knew how to love.

    Author: Henry Ward Beecher
    Topics: Worship, Love

There is, however, equally great incentive to worship and love God in the thought that, for some unfathomable reason, He wants me as His friend, and desires to be my friend, and has given His Son to die for me in order to realize this purpose. not merely that we know God, but that He knows us.

    Author: J.I. Packer
    Topics: Salvation, Worship

We need to discover all over again that worship is natural to the Christian, as it was to the godly Israelites who wrote the psalms, and that the habit of celebrating the greatness and graciousness of God yields an endless flow of thankfulness, joy, and zeal.

    Author: J.I. Packer
    Topics: Worship, Joy, Thankfulness

(The Puritans believed in) the supreme importance of preaching. To the Puritans, the sermon was the liturgical climax of public worship. Nothing, they said, honours God more than the faithful declaration and obedient hearing of His truth. Preaching, under any circumstances, is an act of worship, and must be performed as such. Moreover, preaching is the prime means of grace to the church.

    Author: J.I. Packer
    Source: A Quest for Godliness: The Puritan View of the Christian Life, Crossway, 1990, p. 281.
    Topics: Preaching

Christians in revival are accordingly found living in God's presence (Coram Deo), attending to His Word, feeling acute concern about sin and righteousness, rejoicing in the assurance of Christ's love and their own salvation, spontaneously constant in worship, and tirelessly active in witness and service, fueling these activities by praise and prayer.

    Author: J.I. Packer
    Source: Marks of Revival, Revival Commentary, v. 1, n. 1.
    Topics: Revival

The first century money changers were in the temple, but they didn't have the spirit of the temple... They were out of sync with the whole purpose of the Lord's house. "The atmosphere of my Father's house," Jesus seemed to say, "is to be prayer. The aroma around my Father must be that of people opening their hearts in worship and supplication. This is not a place to make a buck. This is a house for calling on the Lord.

    Author: Jim Cymbala
    Source: Fresh Wind, Fresh Fire
    Topics: Money, Prayer, Church

Take heed of driving so hard after this world, as to hinder thyself and family from those duties towards God, which thou art by grace obliged to; as private prayer, reading the scriptures, and Christian conference. It is a base thing for men so to spend themselves and families after this world, as that they disengage their heart to God's worship.

    Author: John Bunyan
    Topics: Apathy

Lawful worship consists in obedience alone.

    Author: John Calvin
    Topics: Worship, Obedience

There is no connection between the worship of idols and the use of Christmas trees. We should not be anxious about baseless arguments against Christmas decorations. Rather, we should be focused on the Christ of Christmas and giving all diligence to remembering the real reason for the season.

    Author: John MacArthur
    Topics: Christmas

The foundation of true holiness and true Christian worship is the doctrine of the gospel, what we are to believe. So when Christian doctrine is neglected, forsaken, or corrupted, true holiness and worship will also be neglected, forsaken, and corrupted.

    Author: John Owen
    Topics: Holiness, Worship, Doctrine

Missions is not the ultimate goal of the church. Worship is. Missions exists because worship doesn't.

    Author: John Piper
    Topics: Worship, Missions, Church

Consider Jesus. Know Jesus. Learn what kind of Person it is you say you trust and love and worship. Soak in the shadow of Jesus. Saturate your soul with the ways of Jesus. Watch Him. Listen to Him. Stand in awe of Him. Let Him overwhelm you with the way He is.

    Author: John Piper
    Topics: Jesus, Contentment

Trying to work for God without worshipping God results in joyless legalism. Work minus worship magnifies your will power not God's worth. If you try to do things for God without delighting in God you bring dishonor upon God. Serving God without savoring God is lifeless and unreal.

    Author: John Piper
    Topics: Legalism

The Christian community is a community of the cross, for it has been brought into being by the cross, and the focus of its worship is the Lamb once slain, now glorified. So the community of the cross is a community of celebration, a eucharistic community, ceaselessly offering to God through Christ the sacrifice of our praise and thanksgiving. The Christian life is an unending festival. And the festival we keep, now that our Passover Lamb has been sacrificed for us, is a joyful celebration of his sacrifice, together with a spiritual feasting upon it.

    Author: John Stott
    Topics: Christians, Community, The Cross

God must speak to us before we have any liberty to speak to him. He must disclose to us who he is before we can offer him what we are in acceptable worship. The worship of God is always a response to the Word of God. Scripture wonderfully directs and enriches our worship.

    Author: John Stott
    Topics: Worship, Prayer, Liberty

Word and worship belong indissolubly to each other. All worship is an intelligent and loving response to the revelation of God, because it is the adoration of His name. Therefore, acceptable worship is impossible without preaching. For preaching is making known the name of the Lord, and worship is praising the name of the Lord made known.

    Author: John Stott
    Source: Between Two Worlds, Eerdmans, 1992, p. 82-83.
    Topics: Worship, Preaching

If therefore our houses be houses of the Lord, we shall for that reason love home, reckoning our daily devotion the sweetest of our daily delights; and our family-worship the most valuable of our family-comforts... A church in the house will be a good legacy, nay, it will be a good inheritance, to be left to your children after you.

    Author: Matthew Henry
    Source: The Complete Works of Matthew Henry, Baker, 1979, p. 260-261.
    Topics: Home

Worship is giving God the best that He has given you. Be careful what you do with the best you have. Whenever you get a blessing from God, give it back to Him as a love gift. Take time to meditate before God and offer the blessing back to Him in a deliberate act of worship. If you hoard a thing for yourself, it will turn into spiritual dry rot, as the manna did when it was hoarded. God will never let you hold a spiritual thing for yourself; it has to be given back to Him that He may make it a blessing to others.

    Author: Oswald Chambers
    Topics: Worship, Blessings, Stewardship

Worship is adoring contemplation of God.

    Author: R.A. Torrey
    Topics: Worship

For the Christian, worship is co-extensive with life. Life is already an expression of worship.

    Author: Ravi Zacharias
    Topics: Worship, Life

Let family worship be short, savory, simple, plain, tender, heavenly.

    Author: Richard Cecil
    Topics: Worship

Adoration is the spontaneous yearning of the heart to worship, honour, magnify, and bless God. We ask nothing but to cherish him. We seek nothing but his exaltation. We focus on nothing but his goodness.

    Author: Richard J. Foster
    Topics: Worship

Forms and rituals do not produce worship, nor does the disuse of forms and rituals. We can use all the right techniques and methods, we can have the best possible liturgy, but we have not worshipped the Lord until Spirit touches spirit.

    Author: Richard J. Foster
    Topics: Worship, Holy Spirit

In worship an increased power steals its way into the heart sanctuary, an increased compassion grows in the soul. To worship is to change.

    Author: Richard J. Foster
    Topics: Worship, Change

Just as worship begins in holy expectancy, it ends in holy obedience. If worship does not propel us into greater obedience, it has not been worship.

    Author: Richard J. Foster
    Topics: Joy, Obedience

Worship is our response to the overtures of love from the heart of the Father. Its central reality is found 'in spirit and truth.' It is kindled within us only when the Spirit of God touches our human spirit.

    Author: Richard J. Foster
    Topics: Worship

Your most profound and intimate experiences of worship will likely be in your darkest days - when your heart is broken, when you feel abandoned, when your out of options, when the pain is great - and you turn to God alone.

    Author: Rick Warren
    Topics: Worship, Brokenness

Should I worship Him from fear of hell, may I be cast into it. Should I serve Him from desire of gaining heaven, may He keep me out. But should I worship Him from love alone, He reveals Himself to me, that my whole heart may be filled with His love and presence.

    Author: Sadhu Sundar Singh
    Topics: Worship

We may be truly said to worship God, though we lack perfection; but we cannot be said to worship Him if we lack sincerity.

    Author: Stephen Charnock
    Topics: Worship

To pretend to homage to God, and intend only the advantage of self, is rather to mock Him than worship Him.

    Author: Stephen Charnock
    Topics: Selfishness

Without the heart it is not worship; it is a stage play; an acting a part without being that person really a hypocrite. We may truly be said to worship God-though we lack perfection; but we cannot be said to worship Him if we lack sincerity.

    Author: Stephen Charnock
    Topics: The Heart, Worship, Hypocrisy

It does matter where you go to church, it does matter where you worship, it does matter where you lift your head, it does matter where you cry out to God. There is something about the atmosphere. I might be lame, but put me in the atmosphere. I may be drunk, but put me in the atmosphere. I may be weak, but put me in the atmosphere.

    Author: T.D. Jakes
    Topics: Church, Worship

When we make self the end of prayer, it is not worship but self-seeking.

    Author: Thomas Manton
    Topics: Selfishness

If there be one God subsisting in three persons, then let us give equal reverence to all the persons in the Trinity. There is not more or less in the Trinity; the Father is not more God than the Son and Holy Ghost. There is an order in the Godhead, but no degrees; one person has not a majority or super eminence above another, therefore we must give equal worship to all the persons.

    Author: Thomas Watson
    Source: The Trinity.
    Topics: The Trinity

Take heed of drowsiness in hearing; drowsiness shows much irreverance. How lively are many when they are about the world, but in the worship of God how drowsy. ...In the preaching of the Word, is not the bread of life broken to you; and will a man fall asleep at his food? Which is worse, to stay from a sermon, or sleep at sermon?

    Author: Thomas Watson
    Source: A Puritan Golden Treasury
    Topics: Apathy

The god - who - serves - ME requires flattery, not worship.

    Author: Tom Wells
    Source: A Vision for Missions, p. 29.
    Topics: Self-love

Worship is a response to greatness. A man does not become a worshipper merely by saying, "Now I shall become a worshipper." That is impossible. That cannot be done. A man becomes a worshipper when he sees something great that calls forth his admiration or his worship. That is the only way worshippers are made. Worship answers to greatness.

    Author: Tom Wells
    Source: A Vision for Missions, p. 23
    Topics: Worship

You'll always stay young if live honestly, eat slowly, sleep sufficiently, work industriously, and worship faithfully.
- Author Unknown

    Author: Unknown Authors
    Topics: Life, Youth, Honesty

Without this heart attitude it is exceedingly difficult for us to accept the circumcision of the flesh. Every affection, desire, thought, knowledge, intent, worship, and work of the flesh must go to the cross.

    Author: Watchman Nee
    Topics: Attitude, Humility, The Cross

The true, the genuine worship is when man, through his spirit, attains to friendship and intimacy with God. True and genuine worship is not to come to a certain place; it is not to go through a certain ritual or liturgy; it is not even to bring certain gifts. True worship is when the spirit, the immortal and invisible part of man, speaks to and meets with God, who is immortal and invisible.

    Author: William Barclay
    Source: The Gospel of John, v. 1, p. 154.
    Topics: Worship

No sort of defense is needed for preaching outdoors, but it would take a very strong argument to prove that a man who has never preached beyond the walls of his meetinghouse has done his duty. A defense is required for services within buildings rather than for worship outside of them.

    Author: William Booth
    Topics: Evangelism, Preaching

Grace is of a stirring nature, and not such a dead thing, like an image, which you may lock up in a chest, and none shall know what God you worship. No, grace will show itself; it will walk with you into all places and companies; it will buy with you, and sell for you; it will have a hand in all your enterprises.

    Author: William Gurnall
    Topics: Grace

To worship is to quicken the conscience by the holiness of God, to feed the mind with the truth of God, to purge the imagination by the beauty of God, to open the heart to the love of God, to devote the will to the purpose of God.

    Author: William Temple
    Topics: Worship

Worship is the submission of all our nature to God. It is the quickening of conscience by His holiness, the nourishment of the mind with His truth, the purifying of the imagination of His beauty, the opening of the heart to His love, the surrender of the will to His purpose.

    Author: William Temple
    Topics: Worship

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We're here to be worshippers first and workers only second. We take a convert and immediately make a worker out of him. God never meant it to be so. God meant that a convert should learn to be a worshiper, and after that he can learn to be a worker...The work done by a worshiper will have eternity in it.

    Author: A.W. Tozer
    Topics: Worship, Service

No one else holds or has held the place in the heart of the world which Jesus holds. Other gods have been as devoutly worshipped; no other man has been so devoutly loved.
- John Knox

    Author: Assorted Authors
    Topics: Jesus

The end we ought to propose to ourselves is to become, in this life, the most perfect worshippers of God we can possibly be, as we hope to be through all eternity.

    Author: Brother Lawrence
    Topics: Worship

It is in the process of being worshipped that God communicates His presence to men.

    Author: C.S. Lewis
    Source: Reflections on the Psalms
    Topics: Worship

The Independent or Congregational theory includes two principles; first, that the governing and executive power in the Church is in the brotherhood; and secondly, that the Church organization is complete in each worshipping assembly, which is independent of every other.

    Author: Charles Hodge
    Topics: Church

I do not think I should care to go on worshipping a Madonna even if she did wink. One cannot make much out of a wink. We want something more than that from the object of our adoration.

    Author: Charles Spurgeon
    Topics: Heresy

Saints are described as fearing the name of God; they are reverent worshippers; they stand in awe of the Lord's authority; they are afraid of offending Him; they feel their own nothingness in the sight of the Infinite One.

    Author: Charles Spurgeon
    Source: The Treasury of David, Comments on Psalm 61:5.
    Topics: Worship

Just because creation gives God great delight, we cannot say that He is worshipping it; rather, He is worshipping Himself as He sees His goodness bringing such blessing to people that they give their heartfelt thanks and praise to Him for the benefits He imparts.

    Author: Daniel Fuller
    Source: The Unity of the Bible
    Topics: Creation, Blessings

No man who worships education has got the best out of education. Without a gentle contempt for education no man's education is complete.

    Author: G.K. Chesterton
    Topics: Education

The Gospel having spread itself into Persia, the pagan priests, who worshipped the sun, were greatly alarmed, and dreaded the loss of that influence they had hitherto maintained over the people's minds and properties.

    Author: John Foxe
    Topics: Persecution, Ignorance

No one else holds or has held the place in the heart of the world which Jesus holds. Other gods have been as devoutly worshipped; no other man has been so devoutly loved.

    Author: John Knox
    Topics: Jesus

The antidote for covetousness is contentment. The two are in opposition. Whereas the covetous, greedy person worships himself, the contented person worships God. Contentment comes from trusting God.

    Author: John MacArthur
    Topics: Greed, Contentment

God wills to be displayed and known and loved and cherished and worshiped.

    Author: John Piper
    Topics: Worship

The modern world detests authority but worships relevance. Our Christian conviction is that the Bible has both authority and relevance, and that the secret of both is Jesus Christ.

    Author: John Stott
    Topics: The Bible, Authority

The Church cannot save, it cannot heal, it cannot baptize with the Holy Spirit, it cannot lead us into all truth. Only the Lord can do these things. When our emphasis becomes the Church more than the Lord, we have been reduced to worshipping the creation instead of the blessed Creator, and our faith has been reduced to a form of godliness which denies the very power of the gospel.

    Author: Rick Joyner
    Topics: Church

After learning to love God (worship), learning to love others is the second purpose of your life.

    Author: Rick Warren
    Topics: Worship, Learning

Oh, thrice fools are we, who like new-born princes weeping in the cradle, know not that there is a kingdom before them; then, let our Lord's sweet hand square us, and hammer us, and strike off the knots of pride, self-love, and world-worship, and infidelity, that He may make us stones and pillars in His Father's house.

    Author: Samuel Rutherford
    Topics: Heaven, Foolishness, Self-love

The very thought that he could entice the Lord, his Creator, to "fall down and worship" him (Matthew 4:9) demonstrates not only his egotistic ambition but also just how self-absorbed and self-deceived he is. This is a major trait of humanity as well.

    Author: T.A. McMahon
    Topics: Satan, Self-love

Now the things done may not be evil or improper; they in fact may be good and godly (such as reading the Bible, praying, worshiping, preaching); but if they are not undertaken in a spirit of complete reliance upon the Holy Spirit, then the flesh is the source of all. The old creation is willing to do anything-even to submit to God - if only it is permitted to live and to be active!

    Author: Watchman Nee
    Topics: Holy Spirit, The Bible, Submission

All thought, cleverness, knowledge, talent and gift-which the world superstitiously worships-must be set aside in order to enable one to trust the Lord wholly. The Lord's people should persistently acknowledge their own unworthiness and incompetency.

    Author: Watchman Nee
    Topics: Obedience, Trust

If thou beest ever so exact in thy morals, and not a worshiper of God, then thou art an atheist.

    Author: William Gurnall
    Topics: Atheism

Our salvation is not in some father or human instruments. It is sad to see people so blinded, worshiping the creature more than the Creator.

    Author: William J. Seymour
    Topics: Salvation

So many today are worshiping in the mountains, big churches, stone and frame buildings. But Jesus teaches that salvation is not in these stone structures--not in the mountains--not in the hills, but in God.

    Author: William J. Seymour
    Topics: Worship

We must devote, not only times and places to prayer, but be everywhere in the spirit of devotion; with hearts always set toward heaven, looking up to God in all our actions, and doing every thing as His servants; living in the world as in a holy temple of God, and always worshiping Him, though not with our lips, yet with the thankfulness of our hearts, the holiness of our actions and the pious and charitable use of all His gifts.

    Author: William Law
    Topics: Thankfulness, Worship, Gifts

To have a faith, therefore, or a trust in any thing, where God hath not promised, is plain idolatry, and a worshipping of thine own imagination instead of God.

    Author: William Tyndale
    Topics: Faith, Trust, Idolatry


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