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In his sermon entitled The Mirrors of the Lord, George MacDonald states that “of all writers I know,{the apostle}Paul seems to me the most plainly, the most determinedly practical in his writing. What has been called his mysticism is at one time the exercise of a power of seeing, as by spiritual refraction, truths that had not, perhaps have not yet, risen above the human horizon.” Just the same could be said of MacDonald himself, and nowhere more so than in the three volumes of his Unspoken Sermons, in which he explores profound theological ideas—but all for the purpose of bringing even the simplest actions of our daily lives into the service of Christ.
— Onesimus, Introduction to Consuming Fire: The Inexorable Power of God's Love