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Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “The tidal wave of God’s providence is carrying liberty throughout the globe.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Perverted pride is a great misfortune in men; but pride in its original function, for which God created it, is indispensable to a proper manhood.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “A man that does not know how to be angry does not know how to be good.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Death? Translated into the heavenly tongue, that word means life!”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “That which distinguishes man from the brute is his power, in dealing with Nature, to milk her laws, and make them give forth their bounty.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Like a bird she seems to wear gay plumage unconsciously, as if it grew upon her.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Every city should make the common school so rich, so large, so ample, so beautiful in its endowments, and so fruitful in its results, that a private school will not be able to live under the drip of it.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “There is no faculty of the human soul so persistent and universal as that of hatred.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “He will see most without who has the best eyes within; and he who only sees with his bodily organs sees but the surface.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Private opinion is weak, but public opinion is almost omnipotent.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Debt rolls a man over and over, binding him hand and foot, and letting him hang upon the fatal mesh until the long-legged interest devours him.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Though cares and sorrows e’er must come, Though heart be rent, I know that God will give me strength, When mine is spent.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Experience is the mother of custom.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “There was never a person who did anything worth doing that he did not receive more than he gave.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “There are many troubles which you cannot cure by the Bible and the hymn-book, but which you can cure by a good perspiration and a breath of fresh air.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Death is the Christian’s vacation morning. School is out. It is time to go home.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “There is nothing that a New-Englander so nearly worships as an argument.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Public sentiment is to public officers what water is to the wheel of the mill.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “It is the color which love wears, and cheerfulness, and joy – these three. It is the light in the window of the face by which the heart signifies to father, husband, or friend that it is at home and waiting.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “The meanest thing in the world is the devil.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Some men are, in regard to ridicule, like tin-roofed buildings in regard to hail: all that hits them bounds rattling off; not a stone goes through.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “The cynic puts all human actions into two classes – openly bad and secretly bad.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “The highest order that was ever instituted on earth is the order of faith.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “The meanest, most contemptible kind of praise is that which first speaks well of a man, and then qualifies it with a But.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Indifference in religion is more fatal than skepticism. There is no pulse in indifference; skepticism may have warm blood.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Temptations are enemies outside the castle seeking entrance. If there be no false retainer within who holds treacherous parley, there can scarcely be even an offer.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “No grace can save any man unless he helps himself.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Our moral faculties must be placed highest, else they can no more flourish than could a plant growing under the shade and drip of trees.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Doctrine is nothing but the skin of truth set up and stuffed.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Some folks think that Christianity means a kind of insurance policy, and that it has little to do with this life, but that it is a very good thing when a man dies.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “What place is so rugged and so homely that there is no beauty; if you only have a sensibility to beauty?”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “The indolent mind is not empty, but full of vermin.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “God’s sovereignty is not in His right hand; God’s sovereignty is not in His intellect; God’s sovereignty is in His love.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Love without faith is as bad as faith without love.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Religion would save a man; Christ would make him worth saving.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “No church can be prospered in which all the ministration comes from the pulpit.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Defeat is a school in which truth always grows strong.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “In engineering, that only is great which achieves. It matters not what the intention is, he who in the day of battle is not victorious is not saved by his intention.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Precise knowledge is the only true knowledge, and he who does not teach exactly, does not teach at all.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Christians should be like a flower store: the odor of sanctity should betray them wherever they are.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “The soul is often hungrier than the body and no shop can sell it food.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Men think God is destroying them because he is tuning them. The violinist screws up the key till the tense cord sounds the concert pitch; but it is not to break it, but to use it tunefully, that he stretches the string upon the musical rack.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “What is the disposition which makes men rejoice in good bargains? There are few people who will not be benefited by pondering over the morals of shopping.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “There’s not much practical Christianity in the man who lives on better terms with angels and seraphs than with his children, servants and neighbours.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “It is the very wantonness of folly for a man to search out the frets and burdens of his calling and give his mind every day to a consideration of them. They belong to human life. They are inevitable. Brooding only gives them strength.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “If a man cannot be a Christian in the place where he is, he cannot be a Christian anywhere.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “The hunger of the eye is not to be despised; and they are to be pitied who have starvation of the eye.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “None love to speak so much, when the mood of speaking comes, as they who are naturally taciturn.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “A republican government is in a hundred points weaker than one that is autocratic; but in this one point it is the strongest that ever existed-it has educated a race of men that are men.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Self-government by the whole people is the teleologic idea. The republican form of government is the noblest and the best, as it is the latest.”
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