from Spurgeon's "How God Condemned Sin" Rom. 8:3
Such are the assemblage of graces found only
Jesus, each sparkling with peerless luster, and all
blending with such exquisite gracefulness that we
are at once moved with awe and touched with love
as we contemplate Him.
Such majesty, yet such meekness in His demeanor.
Such solemnity, yet such tenderness in His speech.
So impartial in judgment, yet so forgiving in temper.
So full of zeal, yet so equally full of patience.
So keen to detect malice, yet so slow to resent it.
Such a wise mentor, yet such a gentle sympathizing friend.
Jesus was perfectly....
All His words were love.
All His actions were kindness.
We would never commit a sin, if we would but first
say to ourselves, "Would Jesus have done this?"