We must run with Patience – J. C. Ryle: The Christian Race

We must run with Patience - J. C. Ryle: The Christian Race

“O yes, beloved, we must run with patience, or we shall never obtain. There may be many things we cannot understand, much that the flesh could perhaps wish otherwise, but let us endure unto the end, and all shall be made clear, and God’s arrangements will prove best. Think not to have your reward on earth, do not draw back because your good things are all yet to come; today is the cross, but tomorrow is the crown, today is the labor, tomorrow is the wages, today is the sowing, but tomorrow is the harvest, today is the battle, but tomorrow is the rest, today is the weeping, but tomorrow is the joy, and what is today compared to tomorrow? Today is at most threescore years and ten, but tomorrow is eternity. Be patient and hope unto the end.”

- J. C. Ryle: The Christian Race

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