Sunday, March 30, 2014

Forgotten quotes, forgotten notes

"As I have forgotten my notes this morning," the minister apologetically began his sermon, "I will have to rely on the Lord for guidance. But tonight I will come better prepared!" --  Noted minister

From this explosion all the fragments join:
Joy tunes the fray until the song is one.
(adapted from Madeleine L'Engle)

"A church that has to be supported by tea parties, ice cream socials, and fried chicken is as weak as the tea, as cold as the ice cream, and as dead as the chicken." -- Copied

"The Christian faith is first an individual matter, but it never remains that..." -- Robert Rayburn

“We’re not in the land of the living and heading for the land of the dying. We’re in the land of the dying trying to get to the land of the living.” -- Larry Moody

"The rooster often rules the roost, but the hen often rules the rooster." -- copied

"Sad is the house where the hen crows and the rooster is silent." -- Chinese proverb

No comments: