Corra Mae Harris Quote

One trouble with all the churches is that they have too many incurable saints in them, men and women who pray too much and do too little, who cannot forget their own selfish salvation enough to look after other people's without feeling their own spiritual pulse all the time they are doing it. Of late I've sometimes suspected that it is nearly as debilitating to stay in the church all the time as it would be to stay in a hospital all the time.


A Circuit Rider's Wife: A Novel (ed. University of Georgia Press, 1910) - ISBN: 9780820320120

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One trouble with all the churches is that they have too many incurable saints in them, men and women who pray too much and do too little, who cannot...

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One trouble with all the churches is that they have too many incurable saints in them, men and women who pray too much and do too little, who cannot...

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One trouble with all the churches is that they have too many incurable saints in them, men and women who pray too much and do too little, who cannot...

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One trouble with all the churches is that they have too many incurable saints in them, men and women who pray too much and do too little, who cannot...