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July 21, 1898
“The Wisdom of Solomon” American Sentinel 13, 28.
Solomon wrote, “He that passeth by, and meddleth with strife belonging not unto him, is like one that taketh a dog by the ears.” Bishop Thomas W. Dudley, of whom the following story is told, had evidently learned some lessons at the same school that Solomon did:-AMS July 21, 1898, page 439.1
The quarrelsome man is the one who is always in difficulty. A man of peace can live peaceably even among ill-disposed people. No man ever has any use for weapons, except the man who always carries them.AMS July 21, 1898, page 439.8