Samuel Rutherford on the fleeting nature of soul-troubles

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The thoughts of all your now soul-troubles shall be as shadows that passed away ten thousand years ago, when Christ shall circle his glorious arm about your head, and you rest in an infinite compass of surpassing glory; or when glory, or ripened grace, shall be within you, and without you, above and below, when feet of clay shall walk upon pure surpassing glory.

Samuel Rutherford, Christ dying and drawing sinners to himself (London, 1647), p. 13.
 
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