Issue 562 – Faith and Prayer History

Let all the world learn to give mortal men no greater power than they are content they shall use, for use it they will; and unless they be  better taught of God, they will use it ever and anon…“
“It is therefore most wholesome for magistrates and officers… never to affect more liberty and authority than will do them good, and the People good: for whatever transcendent power is given, will certainly overrun those that give it, and those that receive it.”

– John Cotton, Puritan scholar and clergyman, 1636 

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