Monday, March 14, 2016

     We hear of a man who has lost his health, and we sympathize with him, and we say it is very sad.  Our hearts are drawn out in sympathy.
     Here is another man who has lost his wealth, and we say, "That is very sad."
     Here is another man who has lost his reputation, his standing among men.  "That is sadder still," you say.
     We know what it is to lose health, and wealth, and reputation, but what is the loss of all these things compared with the loss of the soul?     
                                                                                                                        D. L. Moody


     As I said, if life is in danger, how terribly in earnest men become.  That is right; there is no doubt about that.  But why should not men be as much in earnest about their soul's salvation?  Why should not every man and woman here wake up and seek the Lord with all their heart?  Then, the Lord says, you shall find Him.
                                                                                                                                D. L. Moody    

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