“The song of victory shall be yours” by Jonathan Edwards

“Here is matter of great encouragement to the saints earnestly to fight against the enemies of their souls.

The Captain of your salvation will assuredly conduct you to victory in the end. He who is able to uphold you has promised that you shall overcome, and His promise shall never fail.

Resting on that promise be faithful to your part, and ere long the song of victory shall be yours, and the crown of victory He will place, with His own hands, upon your head.”

–Jonathan Edwards, Charity and Its Fruits in Ethical Writings (ed. Paul Ramsey and John E. Smith; vol. 8; The Works of Jonathan Edwards; New Haven; London: Yale University Press, 1989), 349-350.

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  1. Deborah

    Was listening to a podcast this morning about two athletes in the 91 olympics. I was struck by how dependent they were on their coaches. I was thinking to myself. What if you could have a coach that GUARANTEED a win. Your quote reminded me that we have just such a life coach

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