"The Saint's Everlasting Rest" by Richard Baxter
Later on I bought a paperback published by the Banner Truth Trust titled, "The Reformed Pastor" by Richard Baxter, which is found in Volume 4 "Baxter's Practical Works". I have been reading off and on the practical writings of Richard Baxter for many years. A Christian can not go wrong reading, "The Practical Works of Richard Baxter" Four Volumes.
I will quote Richard Baxter from his work "A Christian Directory"-
"4. It hindereth our comfortable access to God, when we are deterred by the glory of his infiniteness and majesty. As the eye is not able to gaze upon the sun, unless it be overshadowed; so the soul is afraid of the majesty of God, and overwhelmed by it, when it should be delighted in it. Against this there is no such remedy, as to behold God appearing to us in his Son, where his majesty is veiled, and where he approacheth us familiarly in our nature, to invite us to him with holy confidence and reverent boldness. Christ did not appear in a terrible form: women durst discourse with him; beggars, and cripples, and diseased people durst ask his help; sinners durst eat with him: the proud contemned him, but the lowly were not frightened from him. He "took upon him the form of a servant, and made himself of no reputation," that he might converse familiarly with the meanest, and those of no reputation. Though we may not debase the Godhead, to imagine that is is humbled in glory, as it was on earth, in the flesh of Christ; yet this condescension is unspeakable encouragement to the soul to come with boldness unto God, that was frightened from him." Richard Baxter pg. 66 Christian Ethics