Horatius Bonar on Worship

Posted by Tony Konvalin | Labels: , | Posted On Wednesday, August 3, 2016 at 5:30 AM

“Where am I to worship God? man asks; but he answers it in his own way; as all false religions, and indeed some true ones, have done. On certain sacred spots, he says, where some man of God has lived, where some martyr’s blood has been shed, where the footsteps of good men are recorded to have been, which have been consecrated by certain priestly rites,—there and there only must men worship God. God’s answer to the question, Where am I to worship God? is, EVERYWHERE: on sea and land, vale or hill, desert or garden, city or village or moor, — anywhere and everywhere.”

Horatius Bonar


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