men are never duly touched and impressed with a conviction of their insignificance, until they have contrasted themselves with the majesty of God

“men are never duly touched and impressed with a conviction of their insignificance, until they have contrasted themselves with the majesty of God.”

-John Calvin, Institutes of the Christian Religion (trans. Henry Beveridge; Accordance electronic ed. Edinburgh: Calvin Translation Society, 1845), n.p.

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