Monday, May 20, 2013

8 quotes comprising 5 subjects (roughly)

“Some day you will meet a happy man who has nothing, and you will know that you paid too much for your whistle.” (Attributed to Mark Twain in Three Free Sins: God's Not Mad at You, Stephen W. Brown, New York: Howard Books, 2012)

"We do not have full knowledge in the sense of knowing everything. We do, however, have the ability to know what the Lord has revealed to us through His word by the power of the Spirit." -- Mark Osgatharp

"A worn Bible is a beautiful thing. It is as it should be." -- Christiane on SBC Voices

“Invariably, the temptation when deciding who among us is the most like Christ is to stack the deck beforehand by defining Christ in ways that make Him most like me.” -- Bart Barber

"All you language divas are doing is parroting from some real scholar who actually understands, after a lifetime of study, the languages." -- William Thornton

"We should use Greek like our underpants -- underneath for support, but never on the outside." -- Robert Plummer

"Marriage is a book of which the first chapter is written in poetry and the remaining chapters in prose." – Beverley Nichols

"When it looks like the grass is greener on the other side of the fence, step away from the fence and start grooming your own lawn." -- Scott Stanley in Making Marriage Last on James Dobson's Family Talk radio

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