Brethren, we have two faults

(Charles Spurgeon)

Brethren, we have two faults
:

   1. We do not think God to be as great as He is. (His transcendence)
   2. We do not think God can be as little as He can be. (His immanence)

We err on both sides. We neither know the height of His glory—nor the depth of His grace!

He who counts the brilliant stars—also numbers the very hairs of our head!
He never fails to hear the heart-lispings of His redeemed people.

I dare say that we think that we magnify Him, but in reality we belittle Him with our highest thoughts.