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Separation and Service

James Hudson Taylor

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. . .creation, and of the eternal as well as temporal consequences of sin, we must see that that which has brought such a harvest of misery into the world is far more awful than sin-blinded men have thought it to be.

The highest evidence, however, of the terrible character of sin is to be found at the Cross; that it needed such a sacrifice—the sacrifice of the Son of God—to bring in atonement and everlasting salvation, is surely the most convincing proof of its heinous character.

Death was brought into the world by[Pg 25] sin; and, like all the other consequences of sin, it is loathsome and defiling. Man seeks to adorn death; the pageantry of the funeral, the attractiveness of the cemetery, all show this. The Egyptian sought in vain to make the mortal body incorruptible by embalming it. But we have to bury our dead out of our sight, and the believer is taught to look forward to the resurrection.


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Community Reviews

This is a wonderful little volume that a friend introduced me to. It is a quick read, full of some sweet meditations.

Beautiful devotional read on Numbers 6 and 7 in which Taylor compares the Christian life to the dedication of the Nazerite. He then explains the blessing in Number 6:24-26 as a trinitarian blessing and shows how God delights in the offerings of his people in Number 7. This is a great read to remind