The evil man is ready to suspect others, like a man attacked by giddiness who thinks that all things are whirling round him, not from any fault of theirs, but because of the disturbed humors of his own head.
There ought to be no questioning whether one’s superior is good or middling or poor: such a distinction takes away the virtue of obedience.
I would rather have God’s servants remarkable for virtue than for numbers, and manifest rather by the reality of their service than their repute for it.
Give me only thy love and thy grace, O Lord, and I am rich enough; I ask for nothing more.
At one moment the devil takes away all fear, lest you fall: at another he increases it, that you may yield: and both to your destruction.
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