One day the chaplain of good Queen Victoria preached a sermon on the second
coming of Christ. As he spoke of that glorious event, he noticed tears in the
eyes of the queen. After the service, he approached her, and asked: "Why did
Your Majesty weep as I spoke today?" "Oh," said she, "because I do hope that He
will come in my day!" "Why does Your Majesty desire that He should come in your
day?" The chaplain asked.
"Oh, sir, that I may lay my crown at His feet!"
By Harold M. S. Richards, Signs of the Times, December 1, 1931. Dale Galusha email@example.com
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