Spurgeon called this one of the supreme sayings of Scripture. That it rises like an Alpine summit, above all ordinary heights of speech. That it pierces the clouds and glistens in the light of God. That it is one of the most sublime utterances of the human mind. He also called it a rare flower of rich almighty grace.
Can we join with Job in faithful confidence of the Most High as he said:
“Though He slay me, yet will I trust in Him.” – Job 13:15.