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JAMES M. CAMPBELL
“With the LORD there is mercy, and with him there is plenteous
-Psalm cxxx. 7.
OF the things contained in the following pages, this is the sum :that the rainbow of divine propitiousness overarches every life; that this redeemed earth is to all who dwell upon it the footstool of mercy; that plenitude of redeeming power has, by the hand of the Crucified, been lodged in the world's heart; that divine grace is mightier than human sin ; that beneath the vilest sinner the ever-present Christ puts the saving strength of his atoning love to lift him up into the sunlight of pardon and purity; that the line of limitation in human redemption is drawn by man himself, not by God; that all sin involves eternal loss, all righteousness eternal gain; that the freedom of man as a moral being, and his consequent responsibility to God, continue for ever under conditions which render response to every moral requirement eternally possible; that