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It is perilous to separate thinking rightly, from acting rightly. He is already half false who speculates on truth and does not do it. The penalty paid by him who speculates on truth without doing it, is, that by degrees the very truth he holds becomes a falsehood.

    Author: Frederick W. Robertson

Experience tells us that each man most keenly and unerringly detects in others the vice with which he is most familiar himself.

    Author: Frederick W. Robertson

Many kiss the hand they wish cut off.

    Author: George Herbert

Steal the hog, and give the feet for alms.

    Author: George Herbert

When we read, we fancy we could be martyrs; when we come to act, we cannot bear a provoking word.

    Author: Hannah More

Truth without love is brutality, and love without truth is hypocrisy.

    Author: Warren Wiersbe

The Pharisees broke Moses' tables into pieces, and, gathering up the fragments, took to themselves what part of duty they pleased, and left the rest alone.

    Author: Jeremy Taylor

The pharisees minded what God spoke, but not what He intended. They were busy in the outward work of the hand, but incurious of the affections and choice of the heart. So God was served in the letter, they did not much inquire into His purpose; and therefore they were curious to wash their hands, but cared not to purify their hearts.

    Author: Jeremy Taylor

Do not burn false fire upon God's altar; do not pose and pretend, either to Him or to yourself, in your religious exercises; do not say more than you mean, or use exaggerated language that goes beyond the facts, when speaking to Him whose word is truth.

    Author: Jeremy Taylor

Laughing, if loud, ends in a deep sigh; and all pleasures have a sting in the tail, though they carry beauty on the face.

    Author: Jeremy Taylor

They that cry down moral honesty, cry down that which is a great part of my religion, my duty toward God, and my duty toward man. What care I to see a man run after a sermon, if he cozens and cheats as soon as he comes home. On the other side, morality must not be without religion; for if so, it may change, as I see convenience.

    Author: John Selden

It was always about mere questions that the Pharisees were so busy.
- Johann Albrecht Bengel

    Author: Assorted Authors

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