WILLIAM PENN BELIEVED IN GOD

 

The material in this site was extracted from the author's award-winning book, 

            GOD SEEN THROUGH THE EYES OF THE GREATEST MINDS (Click on title for information)


"Whatever else is done or omitted, be sure to begin and end with God."
(Elliot, 1937, 328)

"Country life is to be preferred, for there we see the works of God; but in cities little else than the works of men."
(Ibid, 342)

"As puppets are to babies, and babies to children, so is man's workmanship to God's; We are the picture, He's the reality."
(Ibid, 342)

"God's works declare His power, wisdom, goodness; but man's works, for the most part, his pride folly and excess. The one is for the use, the otherv chiefly, for ostentation and lust."
(Ibid, 366)

"It is a severe rebuke upon us, that God makes us so many allowances, and we make so few to our neighbor."
(Ibid, 366)

"Religion itself is nothing else but love to God and man."
(Ibid, 366)

"Love is above all, and when it prevails in us all, we shall all be lovely, and in love with God and one another."
(Ibid, 367)

 

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