SECKER, Thomas Quotes
(1698-1768), English prelate
He that would be angry and sin not, must not be angry with anything but sin.
That is a choice friend who conceals our faults from the view of others, and discovers them to our own.
He enjoys much who is thankful for little; a grateful mind is both a great and a happy mind.
Some persons do first, think afterward, and then repent forever.
If you would not step into the harlot's house, do not go by the harlot's door.
Man owes not only his services, but himself to God.
To pray against temptations, and yet to rush into occasions, is to thrust your fingers into the fire, and then pray they might not be burnt.
Wise distrust and constant watchfulness are the parents of safety.