Signs of the Times

[A. T. S. J., as quoted in the Christian World, London, England]

Man never comes into his own by even the most skillful playing of the pieces on the chessboard, but only as he sees beyond, and lives for the vision of good. And this is impossible unless we restrain and control the natural man and ally his instincts (the Puritans understood this subject much better than we, with our foundness for playing with fire, dare admit); and it is only as what the Puritan called "the old Adam" dies that the true self can live. The contradiction between a selfish and a disinterested life can only be ended by a new life, lived for Christ's sake.

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