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Unseasonable kindness gets no thanks.

    Author: Thomas Fuller

If the ultimate, the hardest, cannot be asked of me; if my fellows hesitate to ask it and turn to someone else, then I know nothing of Calvary love.

    Author: Amy Carmichael

If I do not look with eyes of hope on all in whom there is even a faint beginning, as our Lord did when, just after His disciples has wrangled about which of them should be accounted the greatest, He softened His rebuke with those heart-melting words, "Ye are they which continue with Me in my temptations," then I know nothing of Calvary love.

    Author: Amy Carmichael

Moreover, when we are inclined towards someone we can hardly preserve our heart in quietness; usually we will be stirred by our emotion to seek feverishly to please the other one.

    Author: Watchman Nee

If you want to be holy, be kind.

    Author: Frederick Buechner

Kindness does not require us to be blind to facts or to live in fancies, but it does require us to cherish a habit of goodwill, ready to show pity if sorrow appears, and slow to turn away even if hostility appears.

    Author: Alexander MacLaren

Kindness makes a person attractive. If you would win the world, melt it, do not hammer it.

    Author: Alexander MacLaren

With the help of grace, the habit of saying kind words is very quickly formed, and when once formed, it is not speedily lost.

    Author: Frederick W. Faber

Let us hide our pains and sorrows. But, while we hide them, let them also be spurs within us to urge us on to all manner of overflowing kindness and sunny humor to those around us. When the very darkness within us creates a sunshine around us, then has the spirit of Jesus taken possession of our souls.

    Author: Frederick W. Faber

Kindness has converted more sinners than zeal, eloquence, or learning.

    Author: Frederick W. Faber

There is a grace of kind listening, as well as a grace of kind speaking. Many persons, whose manners will stand the test of speaking, break down under the trial of listening. But all these things should be brought under the sweet influences of religion.

    Author: Frederick W. Faber

Take life all through, its adversity as well as its prosperity, its sickness as well as its health, its loss of its rights as well as its enjoyment of them, and we shall find that no natural sweetness of temper, much less any acquired philosophical equanimity, is equal to the support of a uniform habit of kindness.

    Author: Frederick W. Faber

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