"Richard Baxter once perceptively commented that the difference between Christians and non-Christians didn’t lie in their preference for heaven over hell; every right-minded person would hope to avoid the torments of hell. Rather, the fundamental difference between the two categories lay in the fact that Christians would not only rather have heaven than hell, they would rather have heaven than earth. For here on earth, we only experience holiness in part, and we only experience God’s presence in part. Those who are hungry and thirsty for righteousness will long to be in the place where that hunger is fully satisfied."
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