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Llewellyn Edwin Hughes

Llewellyn Edwin Hughes

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Riches (Poem)

Though man the whole world gain, And give his soul in fee, He soon will find that all is vain, That all is vanity. A man may still be poor E’en though a vast estateHe owns, and has a golden store, And men account him great. For if man in…
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Purity of Thought

What a power for good or for evil thought is! How important it is that a man’s thoughts be pure! As a man’s thoughts are, so is the man. "As a man thinketh in his heart, so is he." Jesus taught that voluptuous desire was as great a sin as…
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Freedom (Poem)

He knows the joys of Seraphim,Who strives mankind to bless;None can a prison make for himWho worketh righteousness.A gloomy prison cell may beAglow with light divine; The light of love and purityDoth light of day outshine.If man but have a conscience pure,And a contented mind,A soul which naught from right…
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