Jonathan Edwards Quote

As God delights in his own beauty, he must necessarily delight in the creature's holiness which is a conformity to and participation of it, as truly as [the] brightness of a jewel, held in the sun's beams, is a participation or derivation of the sun's brightness, though immensely less in degree.


Two Dissertations (ed. 1765)

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As God delights in his own beauty, he must necessarily delight in the creature's holiness which is a conformity to and participation of it, as truly...

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As God delights in his own beauty, he must necessarily delight in the creature's holiness which is a conformity to and participation of it, as truly...

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As God delights in his own beauty, he must necessarily delight in the creature's holiness which is a conformity to and participation of it, as truly...

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As God delights in his own beauty, he must necessarily delight in the creature's holiness which is a conformity to and participation of it, as truly...