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C.N. Douglas, comp.  Forty Thousand Quotations: Prose and Poetical.  1917.
  He who stands upon his own strength will never stand.
Thomas Brooks.    
  How easy it is for men to be swollen with admiration of their own strength and glory, and to be lifted up so high as to lose sight both of the ground whence they rose, and the hand that advanced them.
Bishop Hall.    
  When life has been well spent; when there is a conscience without reproach; when there is faith in the Saviour; when there is a well-founded hope of heaven, there can be nothing that should disquiet us.
Albert Barnes.    
  When you have overcome one temptation, you must be ready to enter the lists with another. As distrust, in some sense, is the mother of safety, so security is the gate of danger. A man had need to fear this most of all, that he fears not at all.
Thomas Brooks.    

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