We never better enjoy ourselves than when we most enjoy God.
The judge is nothing but the law speaking.
The government of man should be the monarchy of reason: it is too often the democracy of passions or the anarchy of humors.
Entrance into Heaven is not at the hour of death, but at the moment of conversion.
Modesty and humility are the sobriety of the mind, as temperance and chastity are of the body.
None are so empty as those who are full of themselves.
Some things must be good in themselves, else there could be no measure whereby to lay out good and evil.
When we do any good to others, we do as much, or more, good to ourselves.
Right and truth are greater than any power, and all power is limited by right.
The more mysterious, the more imperfect; as darkness is, in comparison with light--so is mystery, in comparison with knowledge.
If a man will be righteous and equal, let him see, with his neighbour's eyes, in his own case; and with his own eyes, in his neighbour's case.
Let not a man's self be to him all in all.
Whoever despiseth shame, despiseth sin.
Ah! when in the immortal ranks enlisted, I sometimes wonder if we shall not find That not by deeds, but by what we've resisted, Our places are assigned.
God imposeth no Law of Righteousness upon us which He doth not observe Himself.
Repentance doth alter a man's case with God: and therefore repentance should alter the case between one man and another.
He that does not repent, sins again.
The sense of repentance is better assurance of pardon than the testimony of an angel.
Where Religion does take place and is effectual, it makes this world, in measure and degree, representative of Heaven.
He that useth his reason doth acknowledge God.
Those that differ upon Reason, may come together by Reason.
All is not done when we have spoken to God by prayer; our petitions are to be pursued with real endeavours.
None more deceive themselves than they who think their religion is true and genuine, thought it refines not their spirits and reforms not their lives.
He that is dishonest, trusts nobody.
A wise man will not communicate his differing thoughts to unprepared minds, or in a disorderly manner.
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