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Without doubt each saint is responsible in all humility as regards himself, to speak for the Lord for his glory and will, grace and truth, are plainly revealed. Alas, how much is said that has no higher sourced himself, however veiled it maybe! But self when opposed is apt to break out into strife and party-work, with all the deadly accompaniments and results. Nor are any souls more deceived than those who accredit themselves with the best motives, and fear not to assail with odious imputations those who approve them.

Exposition of the Epistle of James,
William Kelly 1913, p. 114