Quotes (798)

Puritans Sin goes in a disguise, and thence is welcome; like Judas, it kisses and kills; like Joab, it salutes and slays.

– George Swinnock

1627 – 1673

2 thoughts on “Quotes (798)

  1. Indeed – frontal assaults are more easily seen and prepared for and defended against. The enemy most oft comes at oblique angles, with questions that seem sincere and honest – “Did God really say …?”

  2. The best way to stab a person in the back is to hug them first…sin has become the best friend of many.

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