"He was an open
confuter of both Pope and King, the corrector of monks, the director of
priests, the instructor of clerks, the supporter of scholars, a preacher to
the people, a persecutor of the incontinent, the unwearied student of the
Scriptures, a hammer and despiser of the Romans. At the table of bodily
refreshment he was hospitable, eloquent, courteous, pleasant, and affable;
at the spiritual table devout, tearful, and contrite. In the Episcopal
office he was sedulous , dignified, and indefatigable."
- Matthew Paris
Not the Bible: A Positive Word Resource and much More
"There is no way to be pointed out save
[except] the 'I AM'
It is the birth of the spirit." - Edgar Cayce Reading 262-10