„Deal gently with the erring one,
As God hath dealt with thee.“

"The Erring" (1844).
Kontext: Speak kindly to the erring;
Thou yet may'st lead them back,
With holy words and tones of love,
From misery's thorny track.
Forget not thou hast often sinned.
And sinful yet must be;
Deal gently with the erring one,
As God hath dealt with thee.

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