AW Tozer writes this about “The Celestial Country” by Bernard of Cluny- a 12 century monk who wrote a remarkable poem/hymn:  “For loftiness of concept, for sheer triumph of the Christian spirit over mortality, for ability to rest the soul and raise the mind to rapturous worship its equal is hardly found anywhere in uninspired literature. I submit it as my respectful opinion that this single hymn may have ministered more healing virtue to distressed spirits than all the writings of secular poets and philosophers since the art of writing was invented.”

The little book is available for download free from Google since the copyright has long since expired.

On a similar note, today’s Slice of Infinity at RZIM is also “hopeful”…

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