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The Life of Fenelon Archbishop of Cambray to Which Are Added the Lives of St

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The Life of Fenelon Archbishop of Cambray to Which Are Added the Lives of St
Butler Charles
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His mind was capacious, circumspect, not easily sur- prised, and equally able to seize a great outline and a minute detail. He was slow, in deciding ; but, on an emergency, ever equal to the occasion : he always list- ened with great attention, never interrupted, and gene- rally, repeated to himself the words, — " In the name of God, "— before he replied. An ordinary observer always thought himself Vincent's equal: in the greatest con- cerns, the greatest geniuses did not feel him their inferio
...r. He was equally firm and modest, resolute and concili- ating. All these qualities he carried into business; and no person was a nicer judge of time, or place. His manner was at once imposing and gentle ; the calm. Ness of his soul beamed in his countenance, and made him viewed and heard with equal affection and reverence.
His confidence in God never failed him : "A person's *' faith, " he used to say, '^ cannot be too firm : he cannot ** have too much confidence in God. One may expect " from God, what God has not promised ; — one may ex- " pectfrom God, without performing on our part, what " he enjoins us to do, to obtain from him the good which " we solicit: as, when a sinner expects the pardon of his ** own sin, who will not pardon his brother ; or, when we '' expect to conquer temptation, without prayer and re- *^ sistance: — In all these cases, our expectations will be " vain ; but a proper confidence in God never has been, " and never will be disappointed.


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