Thursday, February 24, 2011

Henry Scougal on the Love of God

"The love of God is a delightful and affectionate sense of the divine perfections, which makes the soul resign and sacrifice itself wholly unto him, desiring above all things to please him, and delighting in nothing so much as in fellowship and communion with him, and being ready to do or suffer any thing for his sake, or at his pleasure."
- Henry Scougal in The Life of God in the Soul of Man 
(note: I came across this quote on a friend's blog and decided to update the spelling for easier reading)

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