100 Christianity Quotes And Sayings

Christianity is a religion that values many things, including sacrifice, forgiveness, and the love of God. But it’s also known for its strong beliefs about God and the afterlife. There are many ways to practice Christianity, but there are some common threads that tie them all together. And these christianity quotes will help you understand the core values of this ancient religion.

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The acceptance of oneself is the essence of the whole moral problem and the epitome of a whole outlook on life. That I feed the hungry, that I forgive an insult, that I love my enemy in the name of Christ -- all these are undoubtedly great virtues. What I do unto the least of my brethren, that I do unto Christ. But what if I should discover that the least among them all, the poorest of all the beggars, the most impudent of all the offenders, the very enemy himself -- that these are within me, and that I myself stand in need of the alms of my own kindness -- that I myself am the enemy who must be loved -- what then? As a rule, the Christian's attitude is then reversed; there is no longer any question of love or long-suffering; we say to the brother within us "Raca, " and condemn and rage against ourselves. We hide it from the world; we refuse to admit ever having met this least among the lowly in ourselves. C.g. Jung
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Do you know what hurts so very much? It's love. Love is the strongest force in the world, and when it is blocked that means pain. There are two things we can do when this happens. We can kill that love so that it stops hurting. But then of course part of us dies, too. Or we can ask God to open up another route for that love to travel. Corrie Ten Boom
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When you have reached the point where you no longer expect a response, you will at last be able to give in such a way that the other is able to receive, and be grateful. When Love has matured and, through a dissolution of the self into light, become a radiance, then shall the Lover be liberated from dependence upon the Beloved, and the Beloved also be made perfect by being liberated from the Lover. Unknown
Love is larger than the walls which shut it in.
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Love is larger than the walls which shut it in. Corrie Ten Boom
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I have come home at last! This is my real country! I belong here. This is the land I have been looking for all my life, though I never knew it till now... Come further up, come further in! C.s. Lewis
We are saved by faith alone, but the faith that...
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We are saved by faith alone, but the faith that saves is never alone. Martin Luther
I am fallen, flawed and imperfect. Yet drenched in the...
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I am fallen, flawed and imperfect. Yet drenched in the grace and mercy that is found in Jesus Christ, there is strength Adam Young
Until you have suffered much in your heart, you cannot...
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Until you have suffered much in your heart, you cannot learn humility. Thaddeus Of Vitovnica
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The terrible thing, the almost impossible thing, is to hand over your whole self--all your wishes and precautions--to Christ. But it is far easier than what we are all trying to do instead. For what we are trying to do is to remain what we call "ourselves, " to keep personal happiness as our great aim in life, and yet at the same time be "good. C.s. Lewis
You can safely assume you've created God in your own...
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You can safely assume you've created God in your own image when it turns out that God hates all the same people you do. Anne Lamott
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Yes, the long war on Christianity. I pray that one day we may live in an America where Christians can worship freely! In broad daylight! Openly wearing the symbols of their religion... perhaps around their necks? And maybe -- dare I dream it? -- maybe one day there can be an openly Christian President. Or, perhaps, 43 of them. Consecutively. Jon Stewart
I would never want to be a member of a...
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I would never want to be a member of a group whose symbol was a man nailed to two pieces of wood. George Carlin
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The essence of Christianity is told us in the Garden of Eden history. The fruit that was forbidden was on the tree of knowledge. The subtext is, 'All the suffering you have is because you wanted to find out what was going on. You could be in the Garden of Eden if you had just kept your fucking mouth shut and hadn't asked any questions. Frank Zappa
The glory of Christianity is to conquer by forgiveness.
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The glory of Christianity is to conquer by forgiveness. William Blake
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If you live today, you breath in nihilism ... it's the gas you breathe. If I hadn't had the Church to fight it with or to tell me the necessity of fighting it, I would be the stinkingest logical positivist you ever saw right now. Flannery OConnor
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Let mental culture go on advancing, let the natural sciences progress in even greater extent and depth, and the human mind widen itself as much as it desires: beyond the elevation and moral culture of Christianity, as it shines forth in the Gospels, it will not go. Unknown
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I am what some would say 'holy, and wholly other than you.' The problem is that many folks try to grasp some sense of who I am by taking the best version of themselves, projecting that to the nth degree, factoring in all the goodness they can perceive, which often isn't much, and then call that God. And while it may seem like a noble effort, the truth is that it falls pitifully short of who I really am. I'm not merely the best version of you that you can think of. I am far more than that, above and beyond all that you can ask or think. . William Paul Young
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Even though people about us choose the path of hate and violence and warfare and greed and prejudice, we who are Christ's body must throw off these poisons and let love permeate and cleanse every tissue and cell. Nor are we to allow ourselves to become easily discouraged when love is not always obviously successful or pleasant. Love never quits, even when an enemy has hit you on the right cheek and you have turned the other, and he's also hit that. Clarence Jordan
Faith is not belief in spite of evidence but a...
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Faith is not belief in spite of evidence but a life in scorn of the consequences. Clarence Jordan
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The theological perspective of participation actually saves the appearances by exceeding them. It recognizes that materialism and spiritualism are false alternatives, since if there is only finite matter there is not even that, and that for phenomena really to be there they must be more than there. Hence, by appealing to an eternal source for bodies, their art, language, sexual and political union, one is not ethereally taking leave of their density. On the contrary, one is insisting that behind this density resides an even greater density — beyond all contrasts of density and lightness (as beyond all contrasts of definition and limitlessness). This is to say that all there is only is because it is more than it is. (..)This perspective should in many ways be seen as undercutting some of the contrasts between theological liberals and conservatives. The former tend to validate what they see as the modern embrace of our finitude — as language, and as erotic and aesthetically delighting bodies, and so forth. Conservatives, however, seem still to embrace a sort of nominal ethereal distancing from these realities and a disdain for them. Radical orthodoxy, by contrast, sees the historic root of the celebration of these things in participatory philosophy and incarnational theology, even if it can acknowledge that premodern tradition never took this celebration far enough. The modern apparent embrace of the finite it regards as, on inspection, illusory, since in order to stop the finite vanishing modernity must construe it as a spatial edifice bound by clear laws, rules and lattices. If, on the other hand, following the postmodern options, it embraces the flux of things, this is an empty flux both concealing and revealing an ultimate void. Hence, modernity has oscillated between puritanism (sexual or otherwise) and an entirely perverse eroticism, which is in love with death and therefore wills the death also of the erotic, and does not preserve the erotic as far as an eternal consummation. In a bizarre way, it seems that modernity does not really want what it thinks it wants; but on the other hand, in order to have what it thinks it wants, it would have to recover the theological. Thereby, of course, it would discover also that that which it desires is quite other than it has supposed . John Milbank
God is not a celestial prison warden jangling the keys...
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God is not a celestial prison warden jangling the keys on a bunch of lifers--he's a shepherd seeking for sheep, a woman searching for coins, a father waiting for his son. Clarence Jordan
Fear is the polio of the soul which prevents our...
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Fear is the polio of the soul which prevents our walking by faith. Clarence Jordan
Since God is truth, a contempt for truth is equally...
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Since God is truth, a contempt for truth is equally a contempt for God. Gordon H. Clark
In darkness God's truth shines most clear.
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In darkness God's truth shines most clear. Corrie Ten Boom
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Of course, I quiet agree that the Christian religion is, in the long run, a thing of unspeakable discomfort. But it does not begin in comfort; it begins in the dismay and it is no use at all trying to go on to that comfort without first going through that dismay. In religion, as in war and everything else, comfort is one thing you cannot get looking for it. If you look for the truth, you may find comfort in the end: if you look for comfort you will not get either comfort or truth-only soft soap and wishful thinking to begin with and the in the end, despair. . C.s. Lewis
The truth is, the Devil's job is easy.
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The truth is, the Devil's job is easy. Tyler Edwards
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Original sin is not only the violation of a positive command … but … attempts … to abolish fatherhood, destroying its rays which permeate the created world, placing in doubt the truth about God who is Love and leaving man with only a sense of the master-slave relationship. John Paul II
God is willing to walk the earth again incarnate in...
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God is willing to walk the earth again incarnate in us. Eugenia Price
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...the wise words of a friend and guide rang in my head. 'How would you distinguish a true servant of God from a traitor?... You should take especial notice of how a person speaks, not of other things, but of God. Harry Blamires
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The Christian does not think God will love us because we are good, but that God will make us good because He loves us. C.s. Lewis
To be a Christian means to forgive the inexcusable because...
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To be a Christian means to forgive the inexcusable because God has forgiven the inexcusable in you. C.s. Lewis
But God doesn't call us to be comfortable. He calls...
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But God doesn't call us to be comfortable. He calls us to trust Him so completely that we are unafraid to put ourselves in situations where we will be in trouble if He doesn't come through. Francis Chan
Quit questioning God and start trusting Him!
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Quit questioning God and start trusting Him! Joel Osteen
Be a sinner and sin boldly,  but believe and...
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Be a sinner and sin boldly,  but believe and rejoice in Christ even more boldly. Martin Luther
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The irony is that while God doesn’t need us but still wants us, we desperately need God but don’t really want Him most of the time. Francis Chan
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In God you come up against something which is in every respect immeasurably superior to yourself. Unless you know God as that-and, therefore, know yourself as nothing in comparison-you do not know God at all. C.s. Lewis
You will never glory in God till first of all...
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You will never glory in God till first of all God has killed your glorying in yourself. Charles Haddon Spurgeon
You're gonna have to serve somebody; well, it may be...
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You're gonna have to serve somebody; well, it may be the devil, or it may be the Lord, but you're gonna have to serve somebody... Bob Dylan
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Although it is very easy to marry a wife, it is very difficult to support her along with the children and the household. Accordingly, no one notices this faith of Jacob. Indeed, many hate fertility in a wife for the sole reason that the offspring must be supported and brought up. For this is what they commonly say: ‘Why should I marry a wife when I am a pauper and a beggar? I would rather bear the burden of poverty alone and not load myself with misery and want.’ But this blame is unjustly fastened on marriage and fruitfulness. Indeed, you are indicting your unbelief by distrusting God’s goodness, and you are bringing greater misery upon yourself by disparaging God’s blessing. For if you had trust in God’s grace and promises, you would undoubtedly be supported. But because you do not hope in the Lord, you will never prosper. . Martin Luther
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We unwittingly project onto God our own attitudes and feelings toward ourselves... But we cannot assume that He feels about us the way we feel about ourselves -- unless we love ourselves compassionately, intensely, and freely. Brennan Manning
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Why worry about minor little details like clean air, clean water, safe ports and the safety net when Jesus is going to give the world an "Extreme Makeover: Planet Edition" right after he finishes putting Satan in his place once and for all? Arianna Huffington
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I cannot choose but adhere to the word of God, which has possession of my conscience; nor can I possibly, nor will I even make any recantation, since it is neither safe nor honest to act contrary to conscience! Here I stand; I cannot do otherwise, so help me God! Amen. Martin Luther
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And then I stand in front of God's Throne squinting up at His blazing glory and He says, 'You had your opportunities, boy. But did you listen? No. You went on heedlesly reading that garbagey magazine with pictures of naked girls in it. How juvenile! I gave geese more sense than that.' Please, God. I'm only fourteen years old. A teenager. Have mercy. Be loving. I was, ' says God. 'For eons. And look at what it got me. You.'God turns in disgust, just the way Daddy does. 'Sorry, but I'm the Creator. I take it personally. There are slugs and bugs and night-crawlers I feel better about having created - I mean, there are sparrows - I've got my eye on one right now. Is that sparrow consumed with lust? No. He mates in the spring and that's the end of it. Consider the lilies. Do they think about lily tits all the time? No. They look not and they lust not, and yet I say unto you that you will never be half as attractive as they. Therefore, I say unto you, think not about peckers and boobs and all that nonsense and your Heavenly Father will see that you meet a good woman and marry her, just as I do for the sparrow and walleye - yea verily, even the night-crawler and the eelpout. But I've told you this over and over for nineteen centuries. And now, verily, it's too late. Time's up, buster. Lights out! Game's over!. Garrison Keillor
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One of the most amazing and perplexing features of mainstream Christianity is that seminarians who learn the historical-critical method in their Bible classes appear to forget all about it when it comes time for them to be pastors. They are taught critical approaches to Scripture, they learn about the discrepancies and contradictions, they discover all sorts of historical errors and mistakes, they come to realize that it is difficult to know whether Moses existed or what Jesus actually said and did, they find that there are other books that were at one time considered canonical but that ultimately did not become part of Scripture (for example, other Gospels and Apocalypses), they come to recognize that a good number of the books of the Bible are pseudonymous (for example, written in the name of an apostle by someone else), that in fact we don't have the original copies of any of the biblical books but only copies made centuries later, all of which have been altered. They learn all of this, and yet when they enter church ministry they appear to put it back on the shelf. For reasons I will explore in the conclusion, pastors are, as a rule, reluctant to teach what they learned about the Bible in seminary. . Bart D. Ehrman
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Communicating with God is the most extraordinary experience imaginable, yet at the same time it's the most natural one of all, because God is present in us at all times. Omniscient, omnipotent, personal-and loving us without conditions. We are connected as One through our divine link with God. Eben Alexander
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Don't be more serious than God. God invented dog farts. God designed your body's plumbing system. God designed an ostrich. If He didn't do it, He permitted a drunken angel to do it. Empirical facts can add significantly to the meaning of "being godlike". Peter Kreeft
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Mark my word, if and when these preachers get control of the [Republican] party, and they're sure trying to do so, it's going to be a terrible damn problem. Frankly, these people frighten me. Politics and governing demand compromise. But these Christians believe they are acting in the name of God, so they can't and won't compromise. I know, I've tried to deal with them. Barry M. Goldwater
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O God – please give him back! I shall keep asking You. John Irving
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For all works and things, which are either commanded or forbidden by God and thus have been instituted by the supreme Majesty, are 'musts.' Nevertheless, no one should be dragged to them or away from them by the hair, for I can drive no man to heaven or beat him into it with a club. Martin Luther
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Fortunately, God made all varieties of people with a wide variety of interests and abilities. He has called people of every race and color who have been hurt by life in every manner imaginable. Even the scars of past abuse and injury can be the means of bringing healing to another. What wonderful opportunities to make disciples! Charles R. Swindoll
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The Christian life is not about pleasing God the finger-shaker and judge. It is not about believing now or being good now for the sake of heaven later. It is about entering a relationship in the present that begins to change everything now. Spirituality is about this process: the opening of the heart to the God who is already here. Marcus J. Borg
God is alive, real, and wants to heal you in...
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God is alive, real, and wants to heal you in every aspect of your life where you are hurting. Robert A. Schuller
The peace of the celestial city is the perfectly ordered...
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The peace of the celestial city is the perfectly ordered and harmonious enjoyment of God, and of one another in God. (City of God, Book 19) Augustine Of Hippo
There can only be two basic loves... the love of...
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There can only be two basic loves... the love of God unto the forgetfulness of self, or the love of self unto the forgetfulness and denial of God. Augustine Of Hippo
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Many Spirit-filled authors have exhausted the thesaurus in order to describe God with the glory He deserves. His perfect holiness, by definition, assures us that our words can't contain Him. Isn't it a comfort to worship a God we cannot exaggerate? Francis Chan
The world is charged with the grandeur of God.
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The world is charged with the grandeur of God. Gerard Manley Hopkins
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The ancients were afraid that if they went to the end of the earth they would fall off and be consumed by dragons. But once we understand that Christianity is true to what is there, true to the ultimate environment - the infinite, personal God who is really there - then our minds are freed. We can pursue any question and can be sure that we will not fall off the end of the earth. Francis A. Schaeffer
Open your eyes that you might see that all things...
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Open your eyes that you might see that all things are possible through you (with God's help) Robert A. Schuller
One must love God first, and only then can one...
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One must love God first, and only then can one love one's closest of kin and neighbors. We must not be idols to one another, for such is not the will of God. Thaddeus Of Vitovnica
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Christianity was not meant to be a weapon or an argument or a show of force or a political tool. Or an act of aggression or coercion. It was never meant to be a cause or a prop for a cause. Or something to pacify and make thousands go to bed happy and unthinking. It was meant to be a challenge, yes, but that challenge to a second life was meant to be laced with kindness. If someone forces you to choose between God is holy and God is love choose God is love because holiness without love translates into tyranny. Murray Pura
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Sometimes doubting is not a lack of faith, but an expression of it. Sometimes to doubt is to merely insist that God be taken seriously not frivolously, to insist that our faith is placed in and upheld by something other than seeming conjuring tricks. Mark Buchanan
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We tend to be taken aback by the thought that God could be angry. how can a deity who is perfect and loving ever be angry?.. We take pride in our tolerance of the excesses of others. So what is God's problem?.. But love detests what destroys the beloved. Real love stands against the deception, the lie, the sin that destroys. Nearly a century ago the theologian E.H. Glifford wrote: 'Human love here offers a true analogy: the more a father loves his son, the more he hates in him the drunkard, the liar, the traitor.'.. Anger isn't the opposite of love. Hate is, and the final form of hate is indifference.. How can a good God forgive bad people without compromising himself? Does he just play fast and loose with the facts? 'Oh, never mind..boys will be boys'. Try telling that to a survivor of the Cambodian 'killing fields' or to someone who lost an entire family in the Holocaust. No. To be truly good one has to be outraged by evil and implacably hostile to injustice. Rebecca Manley Pippert
Something of God... flows into us from the blue of...
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Something of God... flows into us from the blue of the sky, the taste of honey, the delicious embrace of water whether cold or hot, and even from sleep itself. C.s. Lewis
God's ways are higher than our ways not because he...
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God's ways are higher than our ways not because he is less compassionate than we are but because he is more compassionate than we can ever imagine. Rachel Held Evans
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The art of life is to live in the present moment and to make that moment as perfect as we can by the realization that we are the instruments and expression of God himself. Emmet Fox
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I've been a Christian since I was a little girl. But my Christianity is a muddy mess of thoughts and opinions and making God into what works for me-like going shopping at the mall and picking out whatever I want, putting together faith like I would an outfit. Somehow I don't think the Creator, the I AM, the savior of the world is something we can mix and match to out liking. Cindy Martinusen Coloma
Christians walk as strangers in the world: They are untamed....
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Christians walk as strangers in the world: They are untamed. They are free. To persevere with love, yet untamed by man, is often what leaves that open space for divine revelation when God so wills. Criss Jami
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We do not work for unity; we work to end and erase disunity. Unity is of God; disunity is of man. In matters of doctrine and practice of conscience, our guide should be this traditional saying: "In essentials, unity. In nonessentials, liberty. But in all things, love. Mike Timmis
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But in the desert, in the pure clean atmosphere, in the silence — there you can find yourself. And unless you begin to know yourself, how can you even begin to search for God? Father Dioscuros
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It is of great significance if there is a person who truly prays in a family. Prayer attracts God's Grace and all the members of the family feel it, even those whose hearts have grown cold. Pray always. Thaddeus Of Vitovnica
We do know that no person can be saved except...
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We do know that no person can be saved except through Christ. We do not know that only those who know Him can be saved by Him. C.s. Lewis
Prayer is an acknowledgment that our need of God's help...
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Prayer is an acknowledgment that our need of God's help is not partial but total. Alistair Begg
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The problem of vindicating an omnipotent and omniscient God in the face of evil is insurmountable. Those who claim to have surmounted it, by recourse to notions of free will and other incoherencies, have merely heaped bad philosophy onto bad ethics. Sam Harris
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God has always been about the business of shattering expectations, and in our culture, the standards of leadership are extroverted. It perfectly follows the biblical trend that God would choose the unexpected and the culturally "unfit" - like introverts - to lead his church for the sake of greater glory. Adam S. McHugh
God's will has to be done, in unifying people and...
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God's will has to be done, in unifying people and companies to get that gas line built, so pray for that. Sarah Palin
When the Lord makes it clear you're to follow Him...
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When the Lord makes it clear you're to follow Him in this new direction, focus fully on Him and refuse to be distracted by comparisons with others. Charles R. Swindoll
Don't ever be discouraged with yourself because you have not...
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Don't ever be discouraged with yourself because you have not arrived at success, but instead be pleased that you are pressing toward it. Joyce Meyer
I can only imagine how happy life would be if...
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I can only imagine how happy life would be if we could stay so grounded in our faith that we would never waver in our positive attitudes. Tracie Miles
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I experience religious dread whenever I find myself thinking that I know the limits of God’s grace, since I am utterly certain it exceeds any imagination a human being might have of it. God does, after all, so love the world. Marilynne Robinson
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...I believe in a God of scandalous grace. I have pledged allegiance to a King who loved evildoers so much he died for them, teaching us that there is something worth dying for but nothing worth killing for. Shane Claiborne
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Those who set up a fictitious worship, merely worship and adore their own delirious fancies; indeed, they would never dare so to trifle with God, had they not previously fashioned him after their own childish conceits. John Calvin
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We have to be ready for the blessings God tosses...
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We have to be ready for the blessings God tosses at us. In order to catch your blessing, you have to let go of your burden. Raylene Roybal
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Your call will become clear as as your mind is transformed by the reading of Scripture and the internal work of God's Spirit. The Lord never hides His will from us. In time, as you obey the call first to follow, your destiny will unfold before you. The difficulty will lie in keeping other concerns from diverting your attention. Charles R. Swindoll
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It takes faith to find personal significance in your relationship with God rather than how much money you earn, how beautiful you look, how many toys you own, how many trophies you collect, or how much territory you conquer and control. Charles R. Swindoll
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God gave laws to His people to bless them, not to burden them. Every rule either elevates the quality of human life or restores one's relationship with God after a breach. He makes no extraneous demands and He is never capricious. Charles R. Swindoll
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In a way, the futile excuses many people use to cover their superstitions are demolished. They think it is enough to have some sort of religious fervor, however ridiculous, not realizing that true religion must be according to God's will as the perfect measure; that He can never deny Himself and is no mere spirit form to be changed around according to individual preference. John Calvin
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Righteousness and love, law and grace, life and death, as well as time and eternity all intersect at the cross; displaying a divine wisdom that staggers the imagination and leads the humble heart to bow in thankful adoration. To understand the cross of Christ is to understand the heart of God toward a fallen world He wants to save. Steven Cook
The Boss is an honorable man. After the Lord, the...
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The Boss is an honorable man. After the Lord, the most godly person I've ever met."" You've met God?""Certainly. I telephone Him every night. Haruki Murakami
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God of the impossible, maker of all miracles, I stand in awe of You, I'm so amazed by how You reach into my brokenness, make me beautiful again, I believe yes, I believe nothing is impossible with You. Sarah Reeves
Providence is wiser than you, and you may be confident...
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Providence is wiser than you, and you may be confident it has suited all things better to your eternal good than you could do had you been left to your own option. John Flavel
Engage in no pursuit in which you cannot look up...
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Engage in no pursuit in which you cannot look up unto God, and say, 'Bless me in this, my Father! Legh Richmond
What is the basic difference between saying 'I know that...
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What is the basic difference between saying 'I know that God exists' and saying 'I know that love exists'? Unknown
Above all, trust in the slow work of God.
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Above all, trust in the slow work of God. Unknown
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It is God’s omnipotence, His consuming holiness, and His right to judge that make Him worthy to be feared. David Jeremiah
Prayer ain't weakened by distance.
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Prayer ain't weakened by distance. Vicki Lane
God doesn't work on our timetable. He has a plan...
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God doesn't work on our timetable. He has a plan that He will execute perfectly and for the highest, greatest good of all, and for His ultimate glory. Charles R. Swindoll
Choose to view life through God's eyes.
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Choose to view life through God's eyes. Charles R. Swindoll
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Jesus never commanded believers to produce fruit. Fruit is the *purpose* of the branch, but it is not the *responsibility* of the branch. The branch cannot produce anything on it's own. However, if it remains attached to the vine, it will receive life-sustaining sap, nourishment, strength, everything it needs. Charles R. Swindoll
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God never asked us to meet life's pressures and demands on our own terms or by relying upon our own strength. Nor did He demands that we win His favor by assembling an impressive portfolio of good deeds. Instead, He invites us to enter His rest. Charles R. Swindoll