(J. C. Ryle, “The Gospel of Mark” 1857)
“For from within, out of a person’s heart, come . . .
The heart is the chief source of defilement and
The wickedness of people is often attributed to . . .
It seems forgotten that everyone carries
We need no bad company to teach us, and no devil
We ought to remember this in the training and
It is not enough to keep boys and girls at home,
When children do wrong, it is a common practice to
The beginning of all wickedness is within!
If parents were half as diligent in praying for their