More on the tomb

In keeping with yesterday’s “Steady aiming at a tomb” posting, why don’t you check out an article in the current World magazine on the cemetery in Princeton, NJ. I like the Matthew Henry comments which are quoted in the article:

“Death to a godly man is like a fair gale of wind to convey him to the heavenly country; but to a wicked man it is an east wind, a storm, a tempest, that hurries him away in confusion and amazement, to destruction.”

“Dying saints may be justly envied, while living sinners are justly pitied.”

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