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S. Austin Allibone, comp.  Prose Quotations from Socrates to Macaulay.  1880.
  God’s grace, that principle of his new birth, gives him continual dislike to sin.
Henry Hammond.    
  That grace will carry us, if we do not wilfully betray our succours, victoriously through all difficulties.
Henry Hammond.    
  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.    
  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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