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Friday, 6 August 2010

Quotable quotes

It seems like some time since I published a collection of quotable quotes so, in spite of it being two lots of 'cribs' in one day (!!), here is a little selection.

"Reasoning is a product of your head; discernment is a product of your spirit." (The Word for Today; June 22nd, 2010)

"Miracles are for the obedient, not the wishful." (TWfT, July 25th, 2010)

"God doesn't call us to work for Him, but with Him; and that guarantees our success." (TWfT, July 20th, 2010)

"Time and again in the evangelical world, we get the Gospel wrong. We seem to be preaching that the Christian message is 'O Lord, my life is empty - fill me; rather than 'O Lord, I am an offense to You - rescue me.'!" (Rico Tice; co-author of Chrisianity Explored)

"... you're not defeated until your doubts and regrets take the place of your dreams."
(TWfT, Aug. 2nd, 2010)

"The church's problem isn't too many people speaking negatively; it's too few people speaking positively!"
(TWfT, Aug.5th, 2010)

"Why should we pursue excellence? We worship a God Who demonstrates excellence in all He does. He created the entire universe, and then made that simplest and most satisfying of quality control statements: what He had made was good (Genesis 1). When faced with solving the problem of a human race that had rebelled against Him, He chose the most costly of solutions: sacrificing his only Son." (J.John; Evangelist, author, and speaker - read the full article at: )

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