„Not till I was shut up to prayer and to the study of God's word by the loss of earthly joys — sickness destroying the flavor of them all — did I begin to penetrate the mystery that is learned under the cross. And wondrous as it is, how simple is this mystery! To love Christ, and to know that I love Him — this is all.“

—  Elizabeth Prentiss, Dictionary of Burning Words of Brilliant Writers (1895), P. 568.
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