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Thomas Binney Quotes


English divine
(1798 - 1874)

A right act strikes a chord that extends through the whole universe, touches all moral intelligence, visits every world, vibrates along its whole extent, and conveys its vibrations to the very bosom of God!
[Action]
 

All errors spring up in in the neighborhood of some truth: They grow round about it, and, for the most part derive their strength from such contiguity.
[Error]
 

Improvable reason is the distinction between man and the animal.
 

Nature is the most thrifty thing in the world; she never wastes anything; she undergoes change, but there's no annihilation - the essence remains.
[Nature]
 

No Christian but has his Gethsemane; but every praying Christian will find there is no Gethsemane without its angel.
[Affliction]
 

Nothing can occur beyond the strength of faith to sustain, or transcending the resources of religion to relieve.
[Affliction]