"God's Arm is not Shortened"

In Indianapolis (Ind.) Journal

IF , from the limitations of a creed, or from any other cause, a persuasive pulpit orator expressly limits the power and lovingkindness of God in His dealings with man, every thinking person is at once confronted with the very vital question, Is the preacher's limitation sanctioned by logic and Scripture? If it be not so sanctioned a great harm has been done to the cause of religion, and the sooner the error is pointed out the better.

Let us see if a certain critic's own thought is consistent with the limitations he preaches. In a most beautiful passage he illustrates the truth that God is a sure refuge for the sorrowing, and that faith in God is the only wisdom in sorrow, as follows:—

September 5, 1903
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