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So long as there is in man's heart one fibre to vibrate at the sound of what is just and true and honourable, so long as the instinctively pure soul prefers purity to life, so long as friends of truth are to be found who are ready to sacrifice their peace in the cause of science, friends of righteousness ready to devote themselves to holy and useful works of mercy, womanly hearts to love whatsoever is good, beautiful, and pure, and artists to express it by sound and colour and words of inspiration so long God will dwell within us.
Renan on Spinoza.
References. XXX. 1. A. Maclaren, Expositions of Holy Scripture Exodus, etc., p. 159. XXX. 1-4. W. Garrett Horder, Christian World Pulpit, vol. lii. 1897, p. 330. XXX. 7, 8. Spurgeon, Sermons, vol. xxix. No. 1710. XXX. 11, 12, 15. J. M. Neale, Sermons Preached in Sackville College Chapel, vol. ii. p. 361. XXX. 11-16. Spurgeon, Sermons, vol. xxvii. No. 1581. J. Hammond, What Shall I Give for My Life? A Sermon for the Census.
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