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Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Nowhere else can one find so miscellaneous, so various, an amount of knowledge as is contained in a good newspaper.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Coming to the Bible through commentaries is much like looking at a landscape through garret windows, over which generations of unmolested spiders have spun their webs.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “No one thing does human life more need than a kind consideration of the faults of others. Every one sins; everyone needs forbearance. Our own imperfections should teach us to be merciful.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “The soul is a temple; and God is silently building it by night and by day. Precious thoughts are building it; disinterested love is building it; all-penetrating faith is building it.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Whatever is almost true is quite false, and among the most dangerous of errors, because being so near truth, it is more likely to lead astray.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Man is at the bottom an animal, midway a citizen, and at the top divine. But the climate of this world is such that few ripen at the top.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Everyone has conscience enough to hate; few have religion enough to love.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “If Christ is the wisdom of God and the power of God in the experience of those who trust and love Him, there needs no further argument of His divinity.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “The God of the Bible is a moral monstrosity.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “The sphere that is deepest, most unexplored, and most unfathomable, the wonder and glory of God’s thought and hand, is our own soul!”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Blessed be the man whose work drives him. Something must drive men; and if it is wholesome industry, they have no time for a thousand torments and temptations.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Some people are proud of their humility.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “The worst prison is not of stone. It is of a throbbing heart, outraged by an infamous life.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “A cunning man overreaches no one half as much as himself.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “The diameter of each day is measured by the stretch of thought – not by the rising and setting of the sun.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Gambling with cards or dice or stocks is all one thing. It’s getting money without giving an equivalent for it.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Love is the medicine of all moral evil. By it the world is to be cured of sin.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “A woman’s pity often opens the door to love.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Victories are easy and cheap. The only victories worth anything are those achieved through hard work and dedication.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “The elms of New England! They are as much a part of her beauty as the columns of the Parthenon were the glory of its architecture.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Selfishness is that detestable vice which no one will forgive in others, and no one is without himself.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “The law is a battery, which protects all that is behind it, but sweeps with destruction all that is outside.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “There can be no high civilization where there is not ample leisure.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Never be grandiloquent when you want to drive home a searching truth. Don’t whip with a switch that has the leaves on, if you want it to tingle.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “A man ought to carry himself in the world as an orange tree would if it could walk up and down in the garden, swinging perfume from every little censer it holds up in the air.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Work is not a curse, but drudgery is.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Newspapers are the schoolmasters of the common people.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Good nature is often a mere matter of health.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “A man’s true state of power and riches is to be in himself.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “All work and no plagiarism makes for dull sermons!”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “God’s providence is on the side of clear heads.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “John Wesley quaintly observed that the road to heaven is a narrow path, not intended for wheels, and that to ride in a coach here and to go to heaven hereafter, was a happiness too much for man.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Conscience is the frame of character, and love is the covering for it.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “There are three schoolmasters for everybody that will employ them – the senses, intelligent companions, and books.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Nothing goes far which has not the wings of love to make it buoyant, so that it can fly.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Newspapers are to the body politic what arteries are to the human body, their function being to carry blood and sustenance and repair to every part of the body.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “There are sorrows that are not painful, but are of the nature of some acids, and give piquancy and flavor to life.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “We ought to be ten times as hungry for knowledge as for food for the body.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Expedients are for the hour, but principles are for the ages.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Nothing can be further apart than true humility and servility.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “He that lives by the sight of the eye may grow blind.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “To do good work a man should no doubt be industrious. To do great work he must certainly be idle a well.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Walking humbly, you are more of a man than you were when you walked proudly.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “We are but a point, a single comma, and God is the literature of eternity.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Next to ingratitude the most painful thing to bear is gratitude.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Watch lest prosperity destroy generosity.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Love is ownership. We own whom we love. The universe is God’s because He loves.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “The superfluous blossoms on a fruit tree are meant to symbolize the large way God loves to do pleasant things.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “Sorrow makes men sincere.”
Henry Ward Beecher Quote: “A man’s true estate of power and riches is to be in himself; not in his dwelling or position or external relations, but in his own essential character.”
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