William Wilberforce - Quotes

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Life as we know it, with all its ups and downs, will soon be over. We all will give an accounting to God of how we have lived. ---->>>

If you love someone who is ruining his or her life because of faulty thinking, and you don't do anything about it because you are afraid of what others might think, it would seem that rather than being loving, you are in fact being heartless. ---->>>

Of all things, guard against neglecting God in the secret place of prayer. ---->>>

Surely the principles of Christianity lead to action as well as meditation. ---->>>

I am disturbed when I see the majority of so-called Christians having such little understanding of the real nature of the faith they profess. Faith is a subject of such importance that we should not ignore it because of the distractions or the hectic pace of our lives.

I am disturbed when I see the majority of so-called Christians having such little understanding of the real nature of the faith they profess. Faith is a subject of such importance that we should not ignore it because of the distractions or the hectic pace of our lives.

What should we suppose must naturally be the consequence of our carrying on a slave trade with Africa? With a country, vast in its extent, not utterly barbarous, but civilized in a very small degree? Does any one suppose a slave trade would help their civilization? ---->>>

Let everyone regulate his conduct... by the golden rule of doing to others as in similar circumstances we would have them do to us, and the path of duty will be clear before him. ---->>>

I would suggest that faith is everyone's business. The advance or decline of faith is so intimately connected to the welfare of a society that it should be of particular interest to a politician.

I would suggest that faith is everyone's business. The advance or decline of faith is so intimately connected to the welfare of a society that it should be of particular interest to a politician.

God Almighty has set before me two great objects: the suppression of the slave trade and the reformation of manners. ---->>>

Can one serve God and one's nation in parliament? ---->>>

It is the true duty of every man to promote the happiness of his fellow creatures to the utmost of his power.

It is the true duty of every man to promote the happiness of his fellow creatures to the utmost of his power.

The objects of the present life fill the human eye with a false magnification because of their immediacy. ---->>>

The first years in Parliament I did nothing - nothing to any purpose. My own distinction was my darling object. ---->>>

Can you tell a plain man the road to heaven? Certainly, turn at once to the right, then go straight forward. ---->>>

As much pains were taken to make me idle as were ever taken to make me studious. ---->>>

My walk is a public one. My business is in the world, and I must mix in the assemblies of men or quit the post which Providence seems to have assigned me. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: English
Born: August 24, 1759
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Die: July 29, 1833
Occupation: Politician
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William Wilberforce (24 August 1759 – 29 July 1833) was an English politician, philanthropist, and a leader of the movement to stop the slave trade. A native of Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire, he began his political career in 1780, eventually becoming an independent Member of Parliament (MP) for Yorkshire (1784–1812) (wikipedia)