126 Quotes About Hypocrisy

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Truth without love is brutality, and love without truth is hypocrisy.
- Warren Wiersbe
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Next to hypocrisy in religion, there is nothing worse than hypocrisy in friendship.
- Joseph Hall
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Those that boast most of the religion may be suspected of partiality and hypocrisy in it.
- Matthew Henry
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How seldom we weigh our neighbor in the same balance with ourselves.
- Thomas a Kempis
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I believe there are too many practitioners in the church who are not believers.
- C.S. Lewis
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It is a sad thing to be Christians at a supper, heathens in our shops, and devils in our closets.
- Stephen Charnock
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Truth without obedience is hypocrisy; obedience without truth is legalism.
- Jack Wellman
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Pride, perceiving humility honorable, often borrows her cloak.
- Thomas Fuller
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Do not burn false fire upon God's altar; do not pose and pretend, either to Him or to yourself, in your religious exercises; do not say more than you mean, or use exaggerated language that goes beyond the facts, when speaking to Him whose word is truth.
- Jeremy Taylor
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The Pharisees broke Moses' tables into pieces, and, gathering up the fragments, took to themselves what part of duty they pleased, and left the rest alone.
- Jeremy Taylor
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He does not believe who does not live according to his belief.
- Thomas Fuller
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Their quest for the presence of God, for the consciousness of His mercy and nearness, is not for God's sake but for their happiness. By so doing they are not loving the Lord; rather, they are loving the feeling which refreshes them and affords them the glory of the third heaven. Their total life and labor elevate self as the center. They wish to enjoy themselves.
- Watchman Nee
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The hypocrite's joy destroys his sorrow; his faith and false confidence destroys and excludes his repentance; his fear destroys his love; and his pretended love to God destroys his fear of him.
- Ralph Erskine
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Because the carnal are greatly talented - active in thought, rich in emotion - they readily arouse people's interest and stir the latter's hearts. Consequently, soulish Christians usually possess magnetic personalities. They can quickly win the acclamation of the common people. Yet the fact remains that they actually are lacking in spiritual power. They do not contain the living flow of the power of the Holy Spirit.
- Watchman Nee
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There is no grace that the spirit of self can counterfeit with more success than a religious zeal.
- William Cowper
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Thou must be an attentive hearer; he that is awake, but wanders with his eye or heart, what doth he but sleep with his eyes open?
- William Gurnall
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Without the heart it is not worship; it is a stage play; an acting a part without being that person really a hypocrite. We may truly be said to worship God-though we lack perfection; but we cannot be said to worship Him if we lack sincerity.
- Stephen Charnock
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Every man should keep a fair-sized cemetery in which to bury the faults of his friends.
- Henry Ward Beecher
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Emotion is what believers mistake most for spirituality. Carnal Christians whose tendency is emotional in character habitually crave sensation in their lives. They desire to sense the presence of God in their hearts or their sensory organs; they yearn to feel a love-fire burning. They want to feel elated, to be uplifted in spiritual life, to be prosperous in work. True, spiritual believers sometimes do have such sensations, yet their progress and joy are not contingent upon these. The soulish are quite different in this respect: with such sensations, they can serve the Lord; without them, they can scarcely move a step.
- Watchman Nee
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When are Christian folks going to remember that every time you call yourself a Christian, you invoke the name of God, and that if you then walk a walk that does not reflect the presence of Christ in your life, cast a vote that does not reflect the presence of Christ in your life, then you are taking the name of the Lord your God in vain?
- Alan Keyes
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How many observe Christ's birthday! How few, His precepts!
- Assorted Authors
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Beware of no man more than of yourself; we carry our worst enemies within us.
- Charles Spurgeon
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Whitewash won't hold up a fence.
- Woodrow Kroll
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Science in the modern world has many uses; its chief use, however, is to provide long words to cover the errors of the rich.
- G.K. Chesterton
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There is a place deep inside where the real person guards his secret thoughts and true intentions. Solomon warns his son that what a man says is often a deceit to hide what he really is inside.
- Dave Hunt
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The schoolmaster deserves to be beaten himself who beats nature in a boy for a fault. And I question whether all the whippings in the world can make their parts which are naturally sluggish rise one minute before the hour nature hath appointed.
- Thomas Fuller
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Those who are surly and imperious to their inferiors are generally humble, flattering, and cringing to their superiors.
- Thomas Fuller
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Some people go to church and shout "amen" louder than everyone else, thinking it proves how spiritual they are. In reality, it only proves they have a loud mouth and the disposition of an exhibitionist. They make themselves the center of attention instead of Jesus.
- John Hagee
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The house of the formalist is as empty of religion as the white of an egg is of savor.
- John Bunyan
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You can operate your business without Christ. You can make it run well. You can raise your family without Christ. You can even pastor a church without Christ. But if you do, you will find that there will be no fruit, no Christlikeness, no manifestation of that beautiful character which arrests the attention of others. Instead there will be a sham, a phony imitation of the real thing, which will drive people away from Christ and will produce nothing but a dull, mechanical religiosity.
- Ray C. Stedman
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The sneer at the godly man for his imperfections is ill-judged. A blade is a small thing. At first it grows very near the earth. It is often soiled and crushed and downtrodden. But it is a living thing,... and "it doth not yet appear what it shall be."
- Henry Drummond
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It is perilous to separate thinking rightly, from acting rightly. He is already half false who speculates on truth and does not do it. The penalty paid by him who speculates on truth without doing it, is, that by degrees the very truth he holds becomes a falsehood.
- Frederick W. Robertson
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While I disparage the exercise of "building one's self-esteem" I indulge in it every time I imagine myself free from the defects I perceive in someone else.
- Elisabeth Elliot
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Prescribe no positive laws to thy will; for thou mayest be forced tomorrow to drink the same water thou despisest today.
- Thomas Fuller
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Many blush to confess their faults, who never blush to commit them.
- William Secker
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The hypocrite, certainly, is a secret atheist; for if he did believe there was a God, he durst not be so bold as to deceive Him to His face.
- Thomas Adams
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Hypocrisy can plunge the mind of a man into a dark abyss, when he believes his own self-flattery instead of God's verdict.
- John Calvin
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Steal the hog, and give the feet for alms.
- George Herbert
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It is incontestable and deplorable that Negroes have committed crimes; but they are derivative crimes. They are born of the greater crimes of the white society.
- Martin Luther King Jr.
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No devil is so dangerous as the religious devil.
- Joseph Hall
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If men's religion prevails not to conquer and cure the wickedness of their hearts, it shall not always serve for a cloak. The day is coming when hypocrites will be stripped of their fig-leaves.
- Matthew Henry
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Out of sight, out of mind. The absent are always in the wrong.
- Thomas a Kempis
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How many threadbare souls are to be found under silken cloaks and gowns!
- Thomas Brooks
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In judging of others, a man laboreth in vain, often erreth and easily sinneth; but in judging and examining himself, he always laboreth fruitfully.
- Thomas a Kempis
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He that flings dirt at another dirtieth himself most.
- Thomas Fuller
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We are only falsehood, duplicity, contradiction; we both conceal and disguise ourselves from ourselves.
- Blaise Pascal
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The ability to find fault is believed, by some people, to be a sure sign of great wisdom, when, in most cases, it only indicates narrowness of mind and ill nature.
- James H. Aughey
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As in a pair of bellows, there is a forced breath without life, so in those that are puffed up with the wind of ostentation, there may be charitable words without works.
- Joseph Hall
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Many hope the tree may be felled that they may gather chips by the fall.
- Thomas Fuller
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Of all bad men religious bad men are the worst.
- C.S. Lewis
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