Excerpt from An Address Delivered at Princeton, New Jersey: At the Annual Examination of the Students of the Theological Seminary, May, 1832
The tendencies of piety are to produce good. A good tree bringeth forth good fruit. The high aim of the true Christian is to be useful. This is the tendency of his spirit, his affections, his desires, his hopes, his efforts, his whole renewed character. It is not that he may be a splendid man, but a useful man.
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