• Neither great nor good things were ever attained without loss and hardships. Those that would reap and not labour, must faint with the wind, and perish in disappointments; but an hair of my head shall not fall, without the providence of my Father that is over all.

    William Penn (1830). “The Sandy Foundation Shaken; Or, Those ... Doctrines of One God Subsisting in Three Distinct and Separate Persons, the Impossibility of God's Pardoning Sinners Without a Plenary Satisfaction, the Justification of Impure Persons by an Imputative Righteousness, Refuted from the Authority of Scripture Testimonies and Right Reason, Etc”, p.6
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