Friday, March 9, 2012

Quiet, humble, patient. . .in a turbulent and passionate world

Cecil's Remains is a work replete with excellent advice to all religious professors, and particularly to ministers. He thus admonishes us concerning our fellowship with the irreligious and refractory, 'Let them see that you have some secret in possession, which keeps you quiet, humble, patient, holy, meek, and affectionate, in a turbulent and passionate world.'

A Treatise on Temper—its Use and Abuse

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