It is an evil which prevails everywhere among mankind, that everyone sets himself above others. —John Calvin
How little is this really felt! How many things are done continually, which men would never do if they thought they were seen! How many matters are transacted in the rooms of imagination, which would never bear the light of day! Yes; men entertain thoughts in […]
They that spend their youth in the exercise of Christian virtue, they may think of old age with comfort, if they should live to it: and they may think of death with comfort, and may think of eternity with unspeakable joy.