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"The worship of fear is true, although very low: and though not acceptable to God in itself, for only the worship of spirit and of truth is acceptable to Him, yet even in His sight it is precious." Section 4, pg. 3.

"It may be an infinitely less evil to murder a man than to refuse to forgive him. The former may be the act of a moment of passion: the latter is the heart's choice." Section 12, pg. 7.

"What is usually called "forgiving the sin" means forgiving the sinner and destroying the sin." Section 13, pg. 8.

"There was in these miracles, and I think in all, only a hastening of appearances: the doing of that in a day, which may ordinarily take a thousand years, for with God time is not what it is with us." Section 26, pg. 15.

"Faith is that which, knowing the Lord's will, goes and does it; or, not...

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