The Light in the Prison: A Matter of Real Freedom
Rev. Hall once wrote, "The more familiar acquaintance we have with God, the more do we partake of Him. He that passes by the fire may have some gleams of heat, but he that stands by it hath his color changed. It is not possible that a man should have any long conference with God and be no whit affected. If we are strangers to God, it is no wonder our faces become earthly, but he that sets himself apart to God shall find a majesty and aweful respect put upon him in the mind of others."