to make conscience of love

to make conscience of


from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. to act according to the dictates of conscience concerning (any matter), or to scruple to act contrary to its dictates.


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  • I beseech you therefore and obtest you in the Lord, to make conscience of all rash and passionate oaths, of raging and avenging anger, of night-drinking, of bad company, of Sabbath-breaking, of hurting any under you by word or deed, of hurting your very enemies.

    Samuel Rutherford


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