MAURICE, John Frederick Dennison Quotes
(1805-1872), English divine
Acts are nothing except as they are fruits of a state, except as they indicate what the man is; words are nothing except as they express a mind or purpose.
The Lord's Prayer is not, as some fancy, the easiest, the most natural of all devout utterances. It may be committed to memory quickly, but it is slowly learned by heart.
It is the natural feeling of most persons that charity is founded upon the uncertainty of truth. I believe it is founded on the certainty of truth.