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John Flavel
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Engrave this Quote It is a common thing for men to benumb their own arms, and make them as dead and useless by leaning too much upon them: so it is in a moral as well as a natural way: all the prudence and pains in the world avail nothing without God. So saith the Psalmist, in Psalm cxxvii. 2.
-John Flavel, Sermon: The Successful Seaman Tell a Friend


 


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