JOHNSON, Herrick Quotes
(1832-1913), American clergyman
The devotion to the person of Christ that steers clear of the doctrines and precepts of Christ, is but sentimental rhapsody.
The saddest of all failures is that of a soul, with its capabilities and possibilities, failing of life everlasting, and entering on that night of death upon which no morning ever dawns.
Christianity has lifted woman to a new place in the world.—And just in proportion as Christianity has sway, will she rise to a higher dignity in human life.—What she has now, and all she shall have of privileges and true honor, she owes to that gospel which took those qualities which had been counted weak and unworthy, and gave them a divine glory in Christ.