"The maximum of good"

Among the meaningful Bible events is that concerning the rich young man who, kneeling before him, saluted Christ Jesus with, "Good Master, what shall I do that I may inherit eternal life?"

The Master, spiritually endowed to read quickly and correctly the thoughts of men, and to guide those thoughts aright, must have perceived that this salutation was not a meaningless compliment; also, that it was not so much the recognition of divine good, as a mark of respect for Jesus, for one who was benevolent, gracious, and highly endowed.

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February 28, 1942
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