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C.N. Douglas, comp.  Forty Thousand Quotations: Prose and Poetical.  1917.
 
Alms
 
  Charity is the perfection and ornament of religion.
Addison.    
  1
  Where there is plenty, charity is a duty, not a courtesy.
Feltham.    
  2
  We may cover a multitude of sins with the white robe of charity.
Beecher.    
  3
  Are we not to pity and supply the poor, though they have no relation to us? No relation? That cannot be. The Gospel styles them all our brethren.
Thomas Sprat.    
  4
  Those good men who take such pleasure in relieving the miserable for Christ’s sake, would not have been less forward to minister unto Christ Himself.
Atterbury.    
  5
  Shall we repine at a little misplaced charity, we who could no way foresee the effect, when an all-knowing, all-wise Being showers down every day His benefits on the unthankful and undeserving?
Atterbury.    
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