Philip Henry

1631 - 1696

A Quote by Philip Henry on home and sermons

It is easier to go six miles to hear a sermon, than to spend one quarter of an hour in meditating on it when I come home.

Philip Henry (1631 - 1696)

Source: Matthew Henry, Life of Philip Henry

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A Quote by Philip Henry on joy and providence

Remember the wheel of Providence in always in motion; and the spoke that is uppermost will be under; and therefore mix trembling always with your joy.

Philip Henry (1631 - 1696)

Source: Matthew Henry, Life of Philip Henry

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A Quote by Philip Henry on anger, heart, murder, and water

Sins are like circles in the water when a stone is thrown into it; one produces another. When anger was in Cain's heart, murder was not far off.

Philip Henry (1631 - 1696)

Source: Matthew Henry, Life of Philip Henry

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A Quote by Philip Henry on soul

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Holiness is the symmetry of the soul.

Philip Henry (1631 - 1696)

Source: Matthew Henry, Life of Philip Henry

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A Quote by Philip Henry on children, christ, and fatherhood

Holiness in us, is the copy or transcript of the holiness that is in Christ,- As the wax hath line for line from the seal, and the child feature for feature from the father, so is holiness in us from him.

Philip Henry (1631 - 1696)

Source: Matthew Henry, Life of Philip Henry

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A Quote by Philip Henry on beginning and mercy

If the end of one mercy were not the beginning of another, we were undone.

Philip Henry (1631 - 1696)

Source: Matthew Henry, Life of Philip Henry

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A Quote by Philip Henry on losing

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They are not lost, but gone before.

Philip Henry (1631 - 1696)

Source: Matthew Henry, Life of Philip Henry

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A Quote by Philip Henry on good, intention, lies, and purpose

Many good purposes and intentions lie in the churchyard.

Philip Henry (1631 - 1696)

Source: Matthew Henry, Life of Philip Henry

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A Quote by Philip Henry on conflict, religion, and science

The person who thinks there can be any real conflict between science and religion must be either very young in science or very ignorant in religion.

Philip Henry (1631 - 1696)

Source: Matthew Henry, Life of Philip Henry

Contributed by: Zaady

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