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William Dyer Quotes


English clergyman
(1636 - 1696)

Either take Christ into your lives, or cast him out of your lips. - Either be what thou seemest, or else be what thou art.
[Consistency]
 

Libraries are the wardrobes of literature, whence men, properly informed, may bring forth something for ornament, much for curiosity, and more for use.
[Libraries]
 

There is more bitterness in sin's ending than there ever was sweetness in its acting. - If you see nothing but good in its commission, you will suffer only woe in its conclusion.
[Sin]