Dickson’s poem: True Christian Love

Dickson was a Scottish colleague of Rutherford and Gillespie during the mid-1600’s.  His song is ravishing; it sets forth the loveliness of Christ in contrast to all other lovers.  Only in Christ do all other loves find their pleasure.  Read it aloud, and then send it to everyone else who counts the Savior precious.  ‘Whom, having not seen, ye love.’ 1 Pet. 1:8. 

David Dickson – True Christian Love – A Poem  1655, 30 pages