"Draw near, weary pilgrim, and listen while I tell of my Father’s house. 'My Father is rich in houses and lands, He holdeth the wealth of the world in his hands.' 'The earth is the Lord’s, and the fullness thereof; the world, and they that dwell therein.' Psa. 24:1. Consider, then, that the whole world, the entire universe, is our Father’s house, and the different states in which all exist, and the various places and conditions are but rooms in the house. My Father has but one house, but in my Father’s house are many mansions. Consider some of the rooms in our Father’s house."
Cleve goes on to explain various rooms: our homes; sorrow; prosperity and adversity; suffering; the church; and the cemetery.
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