"The wisest and best of men have expressed the highest esteem and value for it. The Psalmist [119:97] mentions the love he had to it, as a person who was in a rapture: 'O how love I Thy Law! It is my meditation all the day'…. To read the Scriptures and not understand them, will be of no advantage to us…. It is supposed that we are endeavouring to have our minds rightly informed and furnished with the knowledge of divine truths…. If we do not desire to know or understand the meaning of Scripture, it will remain no better than a sealed book to us…. We ought to desire not only to believe but to yield a constant and cheerful obedience to everything which God therein requires of us….