William Mason on Treasuring Christ

Posted by Tony Konvalin | Labels: , | Posted On Monday, April 6, 2015 at 5:14 AM

“Is not Christ our richest treasure? Should he not be ever in our minds, and our minds ever on him? It is said of a Spanish ambassador, that when he saw the famous treasury of St. Mark in Venice, he fell to groping in the chests and trunks. On being asked the reason, he said, he was feeling whether they had any bottom.  ‘But in this,’ said he, “my king's treasure in the mines of Mexico and Peru far exceeds yours; for they have no bottom - yours have.” O Christian, the riches of Christ are boundless and bottomless. You have in Christ’s unsearchable riches, bags which wax not old; treasure which faith not.”

William Mason


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