MAN’S work is to labour and leaven
As best he may—earth here with heaven.
O MY brother, be not thou a quack! Die rather, if thou wilt take counsel: ’tis but dying once, and thou art quit of it for ever. Cursed is that trade; and bears curses, thou knowest not how, long ages after thou art departed, and the wages thou hadst are all consumed; nay as the ancient wise have written—through Eternity itself, and is verily marked in the Doom-Book of God!
THE ledger of the Almighty is strictly kept, and every one of us has the balance of his operations paid over to him at the end of every minute of his existence.
Thomas H. Huxley
THE most tremendous judgment of God in this world is the hardening of the hearts of men.