The Poor Caitiff. Chapter Ten: Of Meekness

To any degree of true love to Jesus, no soul can attain unless he is truly meek. For a proud soul seeks to have his own will, and so shall he never comes to any degree of God’s love. However, the lower that a soul sits in the valley of meekness, so many more streams of grace and love come thereto. And if the soul be high in the hills of pride, the wind of the fiend blows away all manner of goodness therefrom.

By John Wycliffe

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