I can claim no right in myself, no right in this understanding, this will, these affections that are in me; neither have I any right to this body, or any of its members: No right to this tongue, these hands, nor feet: No right to these senses, these eyes, these ears, this smell, or taste. I have given myself clear away [to God] and have not retained any thing as my own.

Jonathan Edwards
The Works of President Edwards, Vol 1 (Applewood Books, 2009), 20.
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