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

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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A Quote by Matthew Henry on heart and life

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Here is bread, which strengthens man's heart, and therefore called the staff of life.

Matthew Henry (1662 - 1714)

Source: Commentaries. Psalm civ.

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A Quote by Matthew Henry

After a storm comes a calm.

Matthew Henry (1662 - 1714)

Source: Commentaries. Acts ix.

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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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