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Page xxvii - Take heed to the ministry which thou hast received in the Lord, that thou fulfil it.
Page 149 - There is a way of thinking which destroys and a way which saves. The man or woman who is sophron walks among the beauties and perils of the world, feeling the love, joy, anger, and the rest ; and through all he has that in his mind which saves. — Whom does it save ? Not him only, but, as we should say, the whole situation. It saves the imminent evil from coming to be.