Excerpt from The Right Way, or Practical Lectures on the Decalogue
Every one then to whom the word of God is given, is bound in reason and in conscience to search the Scriptures, asking wisdom of Him who giveth to all men liberally and upbraideth not. He thus shall tread the noblest field of knowledge open to human investigation. Re course should be had to every available means to gain clear ideas of what Jehovah demands. Reading, reﬂection, prayer, the advice of the pious and the judicious, may all be employed with advantage. The divine law must be studied diligently, perseveringly, and with sincere and eager desires to learn the whole truth, till its golden precepts are graven upon the memory, and its pure spirit fills the heart.
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