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C.N. Douglas, comp.  Forty Thousand Quotations: Prose and Poetical.  1917.
 
Wilberforce
 
  “Drink deep or taste not,” is a direction fully as applicable to religion, if we would find it a source of pleasure, as it is to knowledge.  1
  God has so made the mind of man that a peculiar deliciousness resides in the fruits of personal industry.  2
  Lovely flowers are smiles of God’s goodness.  3
  O what a blessing is Sunday, interposed between the waves of worldly business like the divine path of the Israelites through Jordan! There is nothing in which I would advise you to be more strictly conscientious than in keeping the Sabbath day holy. I can truly declare that to me the Sabbath has been invaluable.  4
  The faith of immortality gives to every mind that cherishes it a certain firmness of texture.  5
  The smiles of God’s goodness.  6
 
 
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