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The dimness of our intellectual eyes Aristotle fitly compares to those of an owl at noonday.
There is scarce anything that nature has made, or that men do suffer, whence the devout reflector cannot take an occasion of an aspiring meditation.
Love doth seldom suffer itself to be confined by other matches than those of its own making.
This sublime love, being, by an intimate conjunction with its object, thoroughly refined from all base dross of selfishness and interest, nobly begets a perfect submission of our wills to the will of God.
Since a few minutes can turn the healthiest bodies into breathless carcasses, and put those very things which we had principally relied on into the hands of our enemies, it were little less than madness to repose a distrustless trust in these transitory possessions or treacherous advantages which we enjoy but by so fickle a tenure. No; we must never venture to wander far from God upon the presumption that death is far enough from us; but rather, in the very height of our jollity, we should endeavour to remember that they who feast themselves to-day may, themselves, prove feasts for the worms to-morrow.
Divers things we agree to be knowledge, which yet are so uneasy to be satisfactorily understood by our imperfect intellects, that let them be delivered in the clearest expressions, the notions themselves will yet appear obscure.
Unalloyed satisfactions are joys too heavenly to fall to many mens shares on earth.
It is as impossible for an aggregation of finites to comprehend or exhaust one infinite as it is for the greater number of mathematic points to amount to or constitute a body.
The ravished soul, being shown such game, would break those leashes that tie her to the body.
To whet our longings for fruitive or experimental knowledge, it is reserved among the prerogatives of being in heaven, to know how happy we shall be when there.
The joys of heaven are like the stars, which by reason of our remoteness appear extremely little.
This ocean of felicity is so shoreless and bottomless that all the saints and angels cannot exhaust it.
As to the freeness or unmeritedness of Gods love, we need but consider that we so little could at first deserve his love, that he loved us even before we had a being.
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