“Doctrines are all right in their places,” Moody said, “but when you put them in the place of faith or salvation, they become sin. If a man should ask me to his house to dinner tomorrow, the street would be a very good thing to take me to his house, but if I didn’t get into the house, I wouldn’t get any dinner. Now a creed is a road or a street. It is very good as far as it goes, but if it doesn’t take us to Christ, it is worthless.” – D.L. Moody

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