New Testament morality (John MacFarlane)

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The moral precepts of the New Testament enjoin purity of heart, integrity of purpose, consistency, elevation, and spirituality of character—forbid every unholy wish, every sinful propensity, every forming emotion of evil—and call for the constant imitation of a pattern of unrivalled excellence.

John MacFarlane, ‘Christ’s Yoke Easy to the Subjects of His Kingdom’ in The Free Church Pulpit; Consisting of Discourses by the Most Eminent divines of the Free Church of Scotland. Vol. I. (New York: Robert Carter, 1848), p. 288.
 
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