William Mountford Quotes

Top 14 wise famous quotes and sayings by William Mountford

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William Mountford quotes: Yes, death, the hourly possibility of it, death is the sublimity of life. Yes, death, the hourly possibility of it, death is the sublimity of life.
William Mountford quotes: Yes, I live in God, and shall eternally. It is His hand upholds me now; and death will be but an uplifting of me into His bosom. Yes, I live in God, and shall eternally. It is His hand upholds me now; and death will be but an uplifting of me into His bosom.
William Mountford quotes: To understand at all what life means, one must begin with Christian belief. And I think knowledge may be sorrow with a man unless he loves. To understand at all what life means, one must begin with Christian belief. And I think knowledge may be sorrow with a man unless he loves.
William Mountford quotes: When we feel how God was in our sorrows, we shall trust the more blessedly that He will be in our deaths. When we feel how God was in our sorrows, we shall trust the more blessedly that He will be in our deaths.
William Mountford quotes: God would never have let us long for our friends with such a strong and holy love, if they were not waiting for us. God would never have let us long for our friends with such a strong and holy love, if they were not waiting for us.
William Mountford quotes: The second childhood of a saint is the early infancy of a happy immortality, as we believe. The second childhood of a saint is the early infancy of a happy immortality, as we believe.
William Mountford quotes: It is our souls which are the everlastingness of God's purpose in this earth. It is our souls which are the everlastingness of God's purpose in this earth.
William Mountford quotes: To commiserate is sometimes more than to give, for money is external to a man's self, but he who bestows compassion communicates his own soul. To commiserate is sometimes more than to give, for money is external to a man's self, but he who bestows compassion communicates his own soul.
William Mountford quotes: Do we not hear voices, gentle and great, and some of them like the voices of departed friends, - do we not hear them saying to us, Come up hither? Do we not hear voices, gentle and great, and some of them like the voices of departed friends, - do we not hear them saying to us, Come up hither?
William Mountford quotes: This earth will be looked back on like a lowly home, and this life of ours be remembered like a short apprenticeship to duty. This earth will be looked back on like a lowly home, and this life of ours be remembered like a short apprenticeship to duty.
William Mountford quotes: With a mind not diseased, a holy life is a life of hope, and at the end of it, death is a great act of hope. With a mind not diseased, a holy life is a life of hope, and at the end of it, death is a great act of hope.
William Mountford quotes: Let God do with me what He will, anything He will; and, whatever it be, it will be either heaven itself, or some beginning of it. Let God do with me what He will, anything He will; and, whatever it be, it will be either heaven itself, or some beginning of it.