Sidrach Simpson on God’s care in the storm

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Such evils as you have heard, the Church is subject unto, not because Christ doth not love her, but that you may see he doth, for he comes in to their defence: A Ship that is tost at Sea in a storm, is set so much nearer heaven, that is all that troubles shall do to you; if you have more storms, God will have more care, if the wind rise, you shall be sure it shall be either fair for you, or else it shall not hurt you; for upon all the glory there shall be a Defence. Its better to be in trouble that God may shew himself for us more then ordinarily, then to be without trouble, with ordinary comforts. ...

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