Friday, January 30, 2015

Knowing Christ

“the knowledge of Christ . . . is not the apprehension of what he is, simply by the intellect, but also a due apprehension of his glory as a divine person arrayed in our nature, and involves not as its consequence merely, but as one of its elements, the corresponding feeling of adoration, delight, desire and complacency (i.e., restful satisfaction)." -- Charles Hodge

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