August 22, 2019

“The fruit of patience is not found after one affliction or two, but after we are exercised and acquainted with them:  the yoke after a while begins to be well settled, and by much bearing, we learn to bear with quietness, for use perfects; as we see those parts of the body are most solid that are most in action, and trees often shaken are deeply rooted,”  Thomas Manton; (1620-1677)

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