He [Patrick] gave himself now more than ever to the study of the Bible, and of the great English divines, particularly Tillotson, Butler, and Sherlock. The sermons of the latter, he declared had removed all his doubts of the truth of Christianity, and from a volume which contained them and which was full of his penciled notes, he was accustomed to read every Sunday evening to his family, after which they all joined in sacred music, while he accompanied them on the violin. One of his neighbors going to see him found him reading the Bible. Holding it up in his hand he said, "This book is worth all the books that ever were printed, and it has been my misfortune that I have never found time to read it with the proper attention and feeling till lately. I trust in the mercy of Heaven that it is not yet too late."
- from page 519, Volume 2, Patrick Henry