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S. Austin Allibone, comp.  Prose Quotations from Socrates to Macaulay.  1880.
 
Grace
 
  God’s grace, that principle of his new birth, gives him continual dislike to sin.
Henry Hammond.    
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  That grace will carry us, if we do not wilfully betray our succours, victoriously through all difficulties.
Henry Hammond.    
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  That most divine light only shineth on those minds which are purged from all worldly dross and human uncleanness.  3
 
  But the grace of God is pleased to move us by ways suitable to our nature, and to sanctify these sensible helps to higher purposes.
Robert South.    
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  Every degree of recession from the state of grace Christ first put us in is a recession from our hopes.
Jeremy Taylor.    
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