Quotemeal: Oct. 24th, 2007

Wednesday, October 24, 2007

"In the New Testament it is the work and not the workers that is glorified."
— Alfred Plummer

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Illustration of Alfred Plummer — "In the New Testament it is the work and not the workers that is glorified."

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