“Celebrating lives of cultural non-conformity to the glory of God!”
The saint is a medicine because he is an antidote. Indeed that is why the saint is often a martyr; he is mistaken for a poison because he is an antidote. He will generally be found restoring the world to sanity by exaggerating whatever the world neglects, which is by no means the same in every age. -G.K. Chesterton, “Thomas Aquinas”
Charles Simeon lived for 77 years, from 1758 to 1836, through the American and French Revolutions.
He pastored Trinity Church, Cambridge, England, for 49 years.
When I think of his life, one scripture stands out: Continue Reading…