Superstitious fear opposes the fear of God
There is a superstitious fear in reference to casual things some are transported with every trifling contingency; if the salt falls towards them, or if a hare crosseth them in the way, presently they grow pale or red upon it, as if there were some evil that must ensue; this is the quintessence of folly.
Adapted from The Whole Works of the Rev. William Bates, 226-228.
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