Matthew Henry Quote

Those may justly be reckoned void of understanding that do not bless and praise God; nor do men ever rightly use their reason till they begin to be religious, nor live as men till they live to the glory of God. As reason is the substratum or subject of religion (so that creatures which have no reason are not capable of religion), so religion is the crown and glory of reason, and we have our reason in vain, and shall one day wish we had never had it, if we do not glorify God with it.


Daniel 4:34-37. - Commentaries

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Those may justly be reckoned void of understanding that do not bless and praise God; nor do men ever rightly use their reason till they begin to be...

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Those may justly be reckoned void of understanding that do not bless and praise God; nor do men ever rightly use their reason till they begin to be...

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Those may justly be reckoned void of understanding that do not bless and praise God; nor do men ever rightly use their reason till they begin to be...

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Those may justly be reckoned void of understanding that do not bless and praise God; nor do men ever rightly use their reason till they begin to be...