English Religious Author
"He that forgets his friend is ungrateful to him; but he that forgets his Saviour is unmerciful to himself."
"You must also own religion in rags, as well as when in silver slippers; and stand by him, too, when bound in irons, as well as when he walketh the streets with applause."
"Though there is not always grace where there is the fear of hell, yet, to be sure, there is no grace where there is no fear of God."
"Fear, lest, by forgetting what you are by nature, you also forget the need that you have of continual pardon, support, and supplies from the Spirit of grace, and so grow proud of your own abilities, or of what you have received from God."
"Words easy to be understood do often hit the mark; when high and learned ones do only pierce the air."