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Thomas Brooks Puritan Quotes By Thomas Brooks

The best course to prevent falling into the pit is to keep at the greatest distance from it; he who will be so bold as to attempt to dance upon the brink of the pit, may find by woeful experience that it is a righteous thing with God that he should fall into the pit. — Thomas Brooks

Thomas Brooks Puritan Quotes By Thomas Brooks

Till men have faith in Christ, their best services are but glorious sins. — Thomas Brooks

Thomas Brooks Puritan Quotes By Thomas Brooks

If it is not strong upon your heart to practice what you read, to what end do you read? To increase your own condemnation? If your light and knowledge be not turned into practice, the more knowing a man you are, the more miserable a man you will be in the day of recompense; your light and knowledge will more torment you than all the devils in hell. Your knowledge will be that rod that will eternally lash you, and that scorpion that will forever bite you, and that worm that will everlastingly gnaw you; therefore read, and labor to know that you may do
or else you are undone forever. — Thomas Brooks

Thomas Brooks Puritan Quotes By Thomas Brooks

Self is the only oil that makes the chariot-wheels of the hypocrite move in all religious concerns. — Thomas Brooks