25 Frederick W. Faber Quotes

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The music of the Gospel leads us home.
- Frederick W. Faber

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They always win who side with God.
- Frederick W. Faber




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Every moment of resistance to temptation is a victory.
- Frederick W. Faber

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When men do anything for God, the very least thing, they never know where it will end, nor what amount of work it will do for Him. Love's secret, therefore, is to be always doing things for God, and not to mind because they are such very little ones.
- Frederick W. Faber

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For right is right, since God is God and right the day must win. To doubt would be disloyalty, to falter would be sin.
- Frederick W. Faber




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If our love were but more simple, we should take Him at his word, and our lives would be all sunshine in the sweetness of the Lord.
- Frederick W. Faber

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Take life all through, its adversity as well as its prosperity, its sickness as well as its health, its loss of its rights as well as its enjoyment of them, and we shall find that no natural sweetness of temper, much less any acquired philosophical equanimity, is equal to the support of a uniform habit of kindness.
- Frederick W. Faber

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With the help of grace, the habit of saying kind words is very quickly formed, and when once formed, it is not speedily lost.
- Frederick W. Faber

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Holiness is an unselfing of ourselves.
- Frederick W. Faber

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There is hardly ever a complete silence in our soul. God is whispering to us well-nigh incessantly. Whenever the sounds of the world die out in the soul, or sink low, then we hear these whisperings of God.
- Frederick W. Faber

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Many a friendship - long, loyal, and self-sacrificing - rested at first upon no thicker a foundation than a kind word.
- Frederick W. Faber

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Exactness in little duties is a wonderful source of cheerfulness.
- Frederick W. Faber

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Dear Lord, in all our loneliest pains Thou hast the largest share and that which is unbearable,'Tis Thine, not ours, to bear.
- Frederick W. Faber

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Kind thoughts are rarer than either kind words or deeds. They imply a great deal of thinking about others. This in itself is rare. But they also imply a great deal of thinking about others without the thoughts being criticisms. This is rarer still.
- Frederick W. Faber

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Faith is letting down our nets into the untransparent deeps, at the Divine command, not knowing what we shall take.
- Frederick W. Faber

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Kindness has converted more sinners than zeal, eloquence, or learning.
- Frederick W. Faber

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Let us hide our pains and sorrows. But, while we hide them, let them also be spurs within us to urge us on to all manner of overflowing kindness and sunny humor to those around us. When the very darkness within us creates a sunshine around us, then has the spirit of Jesus taken possession of our souls.
- Frederick W. Faber

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The buried talent is the sunken rock on which most lives strike and founder.
- Frederick W. Faber

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Every hour comes with some little fagot of God's will fastened upon its back.
- Frederick W. Faber




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There is a grace of kind listening, as well as a grace of kind speaking. Many persons, whose manners will stand the test of speaking, break down under the trial of listening. But all these things should be brought under the sweet influences of religion.
- Frederick W. Faber

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The very attempt to be like our dearest Lord is already a well-spring of sweetness within us, flowing with an easy grace over all who come within our reach.
- Frederick W. Faber

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I find great numbers of moderately good people who think it fine to talk scandal. They regard it as a sort of evidence of their own goodness.
- Frederick W. Faber

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Many there are who, while they bear the name of Christians, are totally unacquainted with the power of their divine religion. But for their crimes the Gospel is in no wise answerable. Christianity is with them a geographical, not a descriptive, appellation.
- Frederick W. Faber

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The surest method of arriving at a knowledge of God's eternal purposes about us is to be found in the right use of the present moment. God's will does not come to us in the whole, but in fragments, and generally in small fragments. It is our business to piece it together, and to live it into one orderly vocation.
- Frederick W. Faber

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The habit of judging is so nearly incurable, and its cure is such an almost interminable process, that we must concentrate ourselves for a long while on keeping it in check. We must grow to something higher, and something truer, than a quickness in detecting evil.
- Frederick W. Faber

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