“In trusting your souls to him, you do not commit them to a dead Savior. It is true, he was once dead, but now he is alive; and behold he lives for evermore.
He lives to communicate his Spirit for your sanctification; he lives to look after you in your pilgrimage through this wilderness; he lives to send down supplies to you according to your needs; he lives to make perpetual intercession for you, to plead your cause, to urge your claims founded on his blood, and to solicit blessings for you."
- Samuel Davies
The Sufferings of Christ, and Their Consequent Joys and Blessings