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Wickedness Quotes


These are some of the best 'Wickedness' quotations and sayings.

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'Cause I's wicked, - I is. I's mighty wicked, anyhow, I can't help it.

Combinations of wickedness would overwhelm the world by the advantage which licentious principles afford, did not those who have long practiced perfidy grow faithless to each other.

God bears with the wicked, but not forever.

I will undertake to explain to any one the final condemnation of the wicked, if he will explain to me the existence of the wicked - if he will explain why God does not cause all those to die in the cradle of whom he foresees that, when they grow up, they will lead a sinful life.

If the wicked flourish, and thou suffer, be not discouraged; they are fatted for destruction, thou art dieted for health.

If weakness may excuse, what murderer, what traitor, parricide, incestuous, sacrilegious, but may plead it? All wickedness is weakness; that plea, therefore, with God or man will gain thee no remission.

It is a man's own dishonesty, his crimes, his wickedness, and barefaced assurance, that takes away from him soundness of mind; these are the furies, these the flames and firebrands, of the wicked.

No man ever arrived suddenly at the summit of vice.

No wickedness proceeds on any grounds of reason.

The disposition to do an evil deed is, of itself, a terrible, punishment of the deed it does.

The happiness of the wicked passes away like a torrent.

The hatred of the wicked is only roused the more from the impossibility of finding any just grounds on which it can rest; and the very consciousness of their own injustice is only a grievance the more against him who is the object of it.

The sun shines even on the wicked.

The sure way to wickedness is always through wickedness.

The wicked flee when no man pursueth; but the righteous are bold as a lion.

The world loves a spice of wickedness

There is a method in man's wickedness; it grows up by degrees.

There is no man suddenly either excellently good or extremely wicked; but grows so, either as he holds himself up in virtue, or lets himself slide to viciousness.

There is wickedness in the intention of wickedness, even though it be not perpetrated in the act.

They are the same beams that shine and enlighten which are apt to scorch too; and it is impossible for a man engaged in any wicked way, to have a clear understanding of it, and a quiet mind in it altogether.


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