Dear Sovereign Redeemer and other friends,
A friend and I are reading John Bunyan’s “The Pilgrim’s Progress” together, and finding it very worthwhile.
Check out this exchange between the characters Prudence and Christian:
“And what is it that makes you so desirous to go to Mount Zion?”
“Why, there I hope to see Him alive that did hang dead on the cross; and there I hope to be rid of all those things that to this day are in me an annoyance to me; there, they say, there is no death; and there I shall dwell with such company as I like best. For, to tell you truth, I love Him, because I was by Him eased of my burden, and I am weary of my inward sickness. I would fain be where I shall die no more, and with the company that shall continually cry, ‘Holy, holy, holy.'” (pg 54/55)