Thursday, July 14, 2016

If you meet someone without a smile, and other quotes

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"If you meet someone without a smile, give them one of yours." -- copied

"Progress for a church is not moving forward with new innovations and methods, but progress for a church is becoming more and more like the churches of the New Testament." -- copied

"When two people agree on everything, one of them is doing all the thinking." -- Sam Rayburn

"A jackass can kick a barn down, but it takes a carpenter to build one." -- Sam Rayburn

"In the old days a naughty child was straightened up by being bent over." -- Farmers Almanac

"The doctrines of grace humble a man without degrading him and exalt him without inflating him." -- Charles Hodge

"Truth is not what the Bible means to us, but rather what God plainly stated." -- Siegbert W. Becker

"The new woman, it she keeps up her present gait, will soon be smoking, chewing, cussing, and indulging in many other vices heretofore common only to men." -- J. B. Cranfill, The Baptist Standard, 1895

"Let all the foreign tongues alone, Till you can read and spell your own." -- Isaac Watts

"A mist in the pulpit is a fog in the pew." -- copied

"When Jesus raises you from the dead, He doesn't leave you in the graveyard." -- copied

"Sing and you shall defeat death; sing and you shall disarm the foe." -- Elie Wiesel

"Every life is a blind man's tune, that's played on broken strings." -- Sam W. Foss

"When God promises -- Faith believes it; Hope anticipates it; and Patience waits for it." -- Charles Stanley

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