“Without the cross, man could have no union with the Father. On it depends our every hope. From it shines the light of the Savior’s love, and when at the foot of the cross the sinner looks up to the One who died to save him, he may rejoice with fullness of joy, for his sins are pardoned. Kneeling in faith at the foot of the cross, he [the sinner] has reached the highest place to which man can attain.” Acts of the Apostles, 209.
The Highest Place
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