John Owen was a theologian from Oxford who died in 1683; his writings reveal some of the great and mysterious ways of God and challenge the lives of those who love Him. Here is a brief taste of his wisdom and conviction: "Make up your mind that to behold the glory of God by beholding the glory of Christ is the greatest privilege which is given to believers in this life. This is the dawning of heaven..Let us regard it as our duty to meditate frequently on his glory. It is the neglect of meditation that keeps so many Christians in a feeble state...A constant view of the glory of Christ will revive our souls and cause our spiritual lives to flourish and thrive. Our souls will be revived by the transforming power with which beholding Christ is always accompanied. This is what transforms us daily into the likeness of Christ."
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