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The Everlasting Covenant

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    The Joy of the Reproach

    What a marvelous testimony the life of Moses is to the joy of the Lord, and to the power and glory of His Cross Moses, who had everything that this world has to offer, of what men call good things, gave them all up for the superior attractions of the reproach—the cross—of Christ; and during forty years, in which he experienced that reproach to the full, he never repented of his choice. Not once did he look back to Egypt, and sigh for the things left behind. No; the joy of the reproach of Christ infinitely out-weighed the pleasures of sin, and banished them from his memory. If the reproach and humiliation of Christ can yield so much happiness and contentment. What must be the joy of His unveiled, eternal glory?EVCO 166.1

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