„There is a mighty gulf between those who love and those who do not love God To the one class we owe civility, courtesy, kindness, even tenderness. It is only those who love the Lord who should find in our hearts a home.“

—  Фредерик Уильям Робертсон, Dictionary of Burning Words of Brilliant Writers (1895), P. 111.
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