... of fire could ever have been yoked to the ascending chariot, nor any entering made within the gate into the heavenly city. The contrast is striking and worthy of note, between the Old and New Testament delineations of the character of Elijah. ... Precious, indeed, are the scattered hints and faint touches which enable us thus to soften the harsh outlines or the discordant colouring of the earlier picture.
|Title||:||The prophet of fire; or, The life and times of Elijah, with their lessons|
|Author||:||John Ross MacDuff, Elijah (the prophet.)|