A Good Conscience

“Ah, my brethren, it is better to have a con­science never quiet than quieted any way but by the blood of sprinkling. A good conscience is the greatest affliction to the saints, and an evil conscience, quiet, is the greatest judgment to sinners.”

– Matthew Mead, from “The Almost Christian Discovered”, 1661

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