, is a little terrestrial paradise, art thou sensible to
to say God hath all power in His hand, and is Almighty; and yet thou sayest
Satan governs the world" (Dispute 67).
God threatens to spit Laodicea out of his mouth because "thou sayest
, I am rich, and increased with goods, and have need of nothing; and knowest not that thou art wretched, and miserable, and poor, and blind, and naked" (Rev.
Levi: Moses said: 'Lo, the Attribute of Justice lies on evenly balanced ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]) scales; Thou sayest
, "I will smite them with pestilence," but I say, "pardon, I pray Thee"' (Num.
No doubt to Weld's relief, Grimke did not feel guilt or shame, but only sympathy for Weld's emotional and physical discomfort, writing him "Thou sayest
, thou kept an extinguisher on thy spirit whilst thou wast at Brookline.