Tuesday, October 08, 2013


“When the facts change, I change my mind. What do you do, sir?” -- John Maynard Keynes

“Children are the messengers we send to a time we will not see.” -- Copied

“The Bible is exciting. It takes a preacher to make it dull.” -- Howard Hendricks

"We in America have been socialized to believe that our own dreams, goals, and personal fulfillment ought to take precedence over the well-being of any group--our church or our family, for example--to which we belong. The immediate needs of the individual are more important than the long-term health of the group. So we leave and withdraw, rather than stay and grow up, when the going gets rough in the church or the home." -- Joseph H. Hellerman, When the Church Was a Family, p. 4

"Attendance at a wedding is not a neutral act. The history and context of the wedding ceremony identify all those present as agreeing to the rightness of the marriage and acting as witnesses to the exchange of vows." -- Al Mohler

"More tears have been shed over answered prayers than unanswered prayers." -- unknown

"Whatever injury persecutors may do or attempt to do to a Christian, they cannot rob him of his God. They may destroy his body; they cannot destroy his soul. They may wound his reputation; but they cannot wound his conscience. They may strip him of all his earthly goods; but they cannot lay their unhallowed hands upon the treasure which God has lodged in his breast." -- J.C. Philpot

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