Norman Macleod

Norman
Macleod
1812
1872

Scottish Clergyman and Author

Author Quotes

I feel convinced that every man has given him of God much more than he has any idea of, and that he can help on the world's work more than he knows of. What we want is the single eye that will see what our work is, the humility to accept it, however lowly, the faith to do it for God, the perseverance to go on till death.

My faith is, that there is a greater amount of revelation given to guide each man by the principles laid down in the Bible, by conscience, and by providence, than most men are aware of. It is not the light which is defective, it is an eye to see it.

Courage, brother! do not stumble, though thy path be dark as night; there?s a star to guide the humble, trust in God and do the Right.

A man may be a miser of his wealth; he may tie up his talent in a napkin; he may hug himself in his reputation; but he is always generous in his love. Love cannot keep it to himself. Like light is constantly traveling. A man must spend it, must give it away.

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First Name
Norman
Last Name
Macleod
Birth Date
1812
Death Date
1872
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Scottish Clergyman and Author