Saturday, July 25, 2020

To dismiss grief, and other quotes

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“To dismiss grief is to forfeit growth.” -- Luke Martinez

“What feels like rejection is often God’s protection when your heading in the wrong direction.” -- Donna Partow

“The greatest good that God intends for his people, he many times works out of the greatest evil.” -- Jeremiah Burroughs

“Men are not to be flattered in their sinful ways because they prosper in the world, but even then must be faithfully reproved, and plainly told that their prosperity will not be their security, nor will it last long if they go on still in their trespasses.” -- Matthew Henry

“We must recognize that God is at the heart of things and that we exist for his glory, that is to say, we exist for him, not he for us.” -- J. I. Packer

“Good judgment comes from experience; a lot of experience comes from bad judgment!” -- Unknown

“We come to worship, we stand to praise God, we kneel to confess our sins, we sit to receive the Word and the elements, and then we go to bring Christ’s love to the world.” -- Scott Sunquist

“The safest place in all the world is in the will of God, and the safest protection in all the world is the name of God.” -- Warren Wiersbe

“Legalism lack the supreme sense of worship. It obeys but it does not adore.” -- Geerhardus Vos

“In prayer it is better to have a heart without words than words without a heart.” -- John Bunyan

“It doesn’t take a strong person to carry a grudge.” -- Unknown 

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