A Severe Mercy - Thou Art the King of Glory Summary & Analysis

Sheldon Vanauken
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Thou Art the King of Glory Summary and Analysis

Van realizes in retrospect that he was, in fact, chosen, and ushered lovingly into the faith by the prayers of Davy and Mr. Lewis. They consider themselves Anglicans start attending St. Ebbe's for its spirit, splendid rector and music, like Handel's "Thou art the King of Glory, O Christ." The rector preaches on the relationship between mind and heart in conversion, and it rings true for Van.

Van also speaks of the certainty they are graced with concerning their new belonging in the family of Christ. Lewis warns the enemy of their souls would attacks their faith however he can while it is still young and tender, and to be cautious. Van records in his journal that doubts did indeed creep in, but reminding themselves they made their choice based on...

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