Labour to mortify your affections, and to get your will melted into the will of God: as the winds are to the sea, so are the affections to the soul of man: so long as the sea is hurried with the wind, it hath no rest or quiet; and what is the reason that our hearts are no more calmed and quieted, but because we have not yet resigned up our wills to the will of God?
Bridge, William. A Lifting Up For The Downcast (Vintage Puritan) (Kindle Locations 330-333). GLH Publishing. Kindle Edition.