Wednesday, March 18, 2015

He Had Always Observed

Mr Johnson approved of the Shepherd's sincerity, for he had always observed, that where there was no humility, and no watchfulness against sin, there was no religion; and he said, that the man, who did not feel himself to be a sinner, in his opinion, could not be a Christian.  

Taken from the Tract The Shepherd of Salisbury Plain. In the book The Publications of the American Tract Society. Tracts are from the sixteenth to nineteenth century.

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