Page 51. " your patient would probably classify as ‘Puritanism’ "
Page 53. " steady, consistent scoffers "
Page 53. " What the real cause is we do not know "
Page 55. " the English who take their ‘sense of humour’ so seriously "
Page 58. " hate the very sight of a pass-book "
Page 60. " without whom Nothing is strong "
Page 60. " in drumming of fingers and kicking of heels "
Page 63. " what the other side call ‘grace’ "
Page 64. " a kind of Childe Harold or Werther submerged in self-pity "
Page 65. " When He talks of their losing their selves "
Page 66. " a fondness for country cricket "
Page 66. " he thinks about this new repentance "
Page 69. " Catch him in the moment when he is really poor in spirit "
Page 69. " pride at his own humility "
Page 70. " turn the man’s attention away from self to Him, and to the man’s neighbors "
Page 72. " they did not create themselves, that their talents were given them "