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Infinite Fulness


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You may as well doubt that all the waters of the ocean cannot fill a spoon, as that the divine fulness cannot be enough to you, if you should have nothing left in this world; for all the waters that cover the sea are not so much as a spoonful, compared with the boundless and infinite fulness of all-sufficiency.

What refreshments in him, &c. One drop of divine sweetness is enough to make one in the very agony of the cruellest death to cry out with joy, The bitterness of death is past. Now in him there are not only drops, but rivers; not a scanty sprinkling, but an infinite fulness.

—David Clarkson, Of Taking Up the Cross, Works (Banner of Truth, 1988), 1:492.



Posted 2017·12·19 by David Kjos
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