The cross where Jesus died became also the cross where His apostle died. The loss, the rejection, the shame, belong both to Christ and... - Aiden Wilson Tozer Quotes
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Quote:The cross where Jesus died became also the cross where His apostle died. The loss, the rejection, the shame, belong both to Christ and to all who in very truth are His. the cross that saves them also slays them, and anything short of this is a pseudo-faith and not true faith at all. - Aiden Wilson Tozer Quotes
  


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