Francis Atterbury Quotes

Top 19 wise famous quotes and sayings by Francis Atterbury

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Francis Atterbury quotes: It's attention to detail that makes the difference between average and stunning, It's attention to detail that makes the difference between average and stunning,
Francis Atterbury quotes: The smallest act of charity shall stand us in great stead. The smallest act of charity shall stand us in great stead.
Francis Atterbury quotes: He who performs his duty in a station of great power must needs incur the utter enmity of many, and the high displeasure of more. He who performs his duty in a station of great power must needs incur the utter enmity of many, and the high displeasure of more.
Francis Atterbury quotes: It is little the sign of a wise or good man, to suffer temperance to be transgressed in order to purchase the repute of a generous entertainer. It is little the sign of a wise or good man, to suffer temperance to be transgressed in order to purchase the repute of a generous entertainer.
Francis Atterbury quotes: It is the duty of every one to strive to gain and deserve a good reputation. It is the duty of every one to strive to gain and deserve a good reputation.
Francis Atterbury quotes: A good character when established should not be rested in as an end, but only employed as a means of doing still further good. A good character when established should not be rested in as an end, but only employed as a means of doing still further good.
Francis Atterbury quotes: There is a variety in tempers of good men. There is a variety in tempers of good men.
Francis Atterbury quotes: Few consider how much we are indebted to government, because few can represent how wretched mankind would be without it. Few consider how much we are indebted to government, because few can represent how wretched mankind would be without it.
Francis Atterbury quotes: Affliction is a school of virtue; it corrects levity, and interrupts the confidence of sinning. Affliction is a school of virtue; it corrects levity, and interrupts the confidence of sinning.
Francis Atterbury quotes: Those good men who take such pleasure in relieving the miserable for Christ's sake, would not have been less forward to minister onto Christ Himself. Those good men who take such pleasure in relieving the miserable for Christ's sake, would not have been less forward to minister onto Christ Himself.
Francis Atterbury quotes: Though fanaticism drinks at many founts, its predisposing cause is mostly the subject of an invisible futurity. Though fanaticism drinks at many founts, its predisposing cause is mostly the subject of an invisible futurity.
Francis Atterbury quotes: A good man not only forbears those gratifications which are forbidden by reason and religion, but even restrains himself in unforbidden instances. A good man not only forbears those gratifications which are forbidden by reason and religion, but even restrains himself in unforbidden instances.
Francis Atterbury quotes: From mere success nothing can be concluded in favor of any nation upon whom it is bestowed. From mere success nothing can be concluded in favor of any nation upon whom it is bestowed.