Tuesday, June 21, 2011


J. Campbell White writes:
Most men are not satisfied with the permanent output of their lives. Nothing can wholly satisfy the life of Christ within his followers except the adoption of Christ's purpose toward the world he came to redeem. Fame, pleasure and riches are but husks and ashes in contrast with the boundless and abiding joy of working with God for the fulfillment of his eternal plans. The men who are putting everything into Christ's undertaking are getting out of life its sweetest and most priceless rewards
Excerpted from Secretary of the Laymen's Missionary Movement, 1909.

(H/T Abraham Piper)


Clout said...

Deep thinkers those men with rather strange moustaches at the turn of the 1900's !
What on earth would he made of "the X Factor" etc.?

David Cooke said...

I think not having a moustache may have been holding back your missionary zeal :)