O heart of God, I see thee nowhere as a Golgotha, where the Word incarnate reveals the justice and the love, the holiness and the tenderness of God in one blaze of glory. If any crated mind would fain see the glory of God, he need not gaze upon the starry skies, nor soar into the heaven of heavens, he was but to bow at the cross foot and watch the crimson streams which gush from Immanuel’s wounds. If you would behold the glory of God, you need not gaze between the gates of pearls, you have but to look beyond the gates of Jerusalem and see the Prince of Peace expire. If you would receive the noblest conception that ever filled the human mind of the lovingkindness and the greatness and the pity, and yet the justice and the severity and the wrath of God...you have but to look into the heart of Christ all crushed and broken and bruised, and you have seen it all. (Sermon 860)
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