Excerpt from The Celestial Magnet
Jesus Christ did not bring the conscience of man, or the holy spirit, into the world. It always was in the world, th world knew it not, as having virtue to save it from sin, as ing all that peace, love, joy, long-suffering, kindness, gentleness and truth, displayed in the conduct of the apostles, as hea dictates of prudence, all the diseases of body, as well as of the mind and as giving a measure of foresight into the eventsrof this world. But men have so long turned their attention from the (lien tates of this principle, and been listening so long to the melodious munds of human invention, that they begin to think that nothing can be true knowledge; but what enters into the mind through the ear. But, says Dr. Campbell it makes no diﬂ'erence what way knowledge gets into the mind, provided it be there. If then we find a principle In our minds, which gives us a knowledge of good and of evil, it is worthy of our highest attention. It is not placed there without some very important purpose. It deserves to be classed among the works of God, all of which hold a relative ln portance in the great system of nature.
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