Matthew Henry

1662 - 1714

A Quote by Matthew Henry

"Pure Christianity and serious godliness fear not the scrutiny of a free thought, but despise the impotent malice of a prejudiced one."

Matthew Henry (1662 - 1714)

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A Quote by Matthew Henry on heaven

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It is not talking but walking that will bring us to heaven.

Matthew Henry (1662 - 1714)

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A Quote by Matthew Henry on danger and temptation

Many a dangerous temptation comes to us in fine gay colours that are but skin-deep.

Matthew Henry (1662 - 1714)

Source: Commentaries, Genesis

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A Quote by Matthew Henry

He rolls it under his tongue as a sweet morsel.

Matthew Henry (1662 - 1714)

Source: Commentaries, Psalm xxxvi.

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A Quote by Matthew Henry

To fish in troubled waters.

Matthew Henry (1662 - 1714)

Source: Commentaries. Psalm lx.

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A Quote by Matthew Henry on good

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It is good news, worthy of all acceptation; and yet not too good to be true.

Matthew Henry (1662 - 1714)

Source: Commentaries. Timothy i.

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A Quote by Matthew Henry on business

It is not fit the public trusts should be lodged in the hands of any, till they are first proved and found fit for the business they are to be entrusted with.

Matthew Henry (1662 - 1714)

Source: Commentaries. Timothy iii.

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A Quote by Matthew Henry

Saying and doing are two things.

Matthew Henry (1662 - 1714)

Source: Commentaries. Matthew Ibid.

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A Quote by Matthew Henry

To their own second thoughts.

Matthew Henry (1662 - 1714)

Source: Commentaries. Job vi.

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A Quote by Matthew Henry on good

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Hearkners, we say, seldom hear good of themselves.

Matthew Henry (1662 - 1714)

Source: Commentaries. Ecclesiastes vii.

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