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The most perfect and holy men are always subject…to imperfections…false conclusions…unfaithful memory…incorrect and even absurd opinions.                                       

– Christian Purity, Heritage of Faith (NY: Eaton & Mains, 1897), 63.

                                                                                                                                               

Anything to be a temptation must have a natural power to awaken impulse toward it and sin does not reside in a mere impulse of nature.

– Christian Purity, Heritage of Faith (NY: Eaton & Mains, 1897), 73.

 

Sin committed and depravity felt are very different.

– Christian Purity, Heritage of Faith (NY: Eaton & Mains, 1897), 111.

 

[Holiness] breathes in the prophecy, thunders in the law, murmurs in the narrative, whispers in the promises, supplicates in the prayers, resounds in the songs, sparkles in the poetry, shines in the types, glows in the imagery and burns in the spirit of the whole scheme from alpha to omega.     

– Christian Purity, Heritage of Faith (NY: Eaton & Mains, 1897), 131.

 

It is both his most sacred duty and his most exalted privilege to be a completely holy man.           

– Christian Purity, Heritage of Faith (NY: Eaton & Mains, 1897), 149.

 

 

Randolph S. Foster died this date, 5/1/1903, at Newton Center, Massachusetts.  He was born 2/22/1820, at Williamsburg, Ohio.  He authored Christian Purity, Heritage of Faith 

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