Thomas Chalmers Quote

Such is the grasping tendency of the human heart, that it must have a something to lay hold of—and which, if wrested away without the substitution of another something in its place, would leave a void and a vacancy as painful to the mind, as hunger is to the natural system…. The heart must have something to cling to…


Discourses on the application of Christianity to the commercial and ordinary affairs of life (ed. 1801)

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Such is the grasping tendency of the human heart, that it must have a something to lay hold of—and which, if wrested away without the substitution...

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Such is the grasping tendency of the human heart, that it must have a something to lay hold of—and which, if wrested away without the substitution...

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Such is the grasping tendency of the human heart, that it must have a something to lay hold of—and which, if wrested away without the substitution...

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Such is the grasping tendency of the human heart, that it must have a something to lay hold of—and which, if wrested away without the substitution...