Things I Wish I Had Said *

{* but I’m glad someone did!}

whisper-in-ear

“When you reread a classic, you do not see more in the book than you did before; you see more in yourself than there was before.”

Clifton Fadiman (1904 – 1999)

American author, radio and TV personality

 

Same with the Bible.

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     “America should be as strong as hell and as kind as Christ.”    

Stephen Ambrose (1936 – 2002)

American historian and biographer

 

Love that…

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“Is my face radiant with joy?  If not, please remind me to praise Him!”

Bill Bright (1921 – 2003)

          American evangelist,  founder of  Campus Crusade for Christ         

 

Yes, please!

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“I don’t get upset over thing I can’t control, because if I can’t control them, there’s no use getting upset.  And I don’t get upset over things I can control, because if I can control them, what’s the use in getting upset?”

Mickey Rivers (1948 – )

American professional baseball player

 

I know, right??

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“God sends many beautiful things to this world, but no blessing is richer than that which He bestows in a mother who has realized something of the meaning of her sacred calling.”

J.R. Miller (1840 – 1912)

American author and pastor

 

… like this one.

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     “Freedom is the right to be wrong, not the right to do wrong.”    

John G. Diefenbaker (1895 – 1979)

Prime Minister of Canada, 1957-1963

 

Word.

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“Live so that a person could not live with you a week without knowing the gospel.”

Charles Spurgeon (1834 – 1892)

British author and preacher

 

Two weeks at the most.  🙂

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