Quotemeal: Nov. 24th, 2013

Sunday, November 24, 2013

"God has given us rules not because He is arbitrary, but because the rules... are fixed in His own character.... Thus, when we sin we break the law of God... in the direction of destroying what we really are."
— Francis Schaeffer

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Illustration of Francis Schaeffer — "God has given us rules not because He is arbitrary, but because the rules... are fixed in His own character.... Thus, when we sin we break the law of God... in the direction of destroying what we really are."

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