Apollos at Corinth
In the light of the cross alone can the true value of the human soul be estimated.
*The philosopher turns aside from the light of salvation, because it puts his proud theories to shame; *the worldling refuses to receive it, because it would separate him from his earthly idols.
Impressions alone are not a safe guide to duty. The enemy often persuades men to believe that it is God who is guiding them, when in reality they are following only human impulse.
There is a diversity of gifts, but all the workers are to blend in harmony, controlled by the sanctifying influence of the Holy Spirit. The human instrumentality is hid with Christ in God, and Christ appears as the chiefest among ten thousand, the One altogether lovely.
The meek will He guide in judgment: and the meek will He teach His way.