“Reading the Bible is a good preparative for prayer, as prayer is an excellent means to render reading effectual.” —George Whitefield
“God would have remained hidden afar off if Christ’s splendor had not beamed upon us.” —John Calvin
“In selecting men for office, let principle be your guide. Regard not the particular sect [party] of the candidate—look to his character. … It is alleged by men of loose principles or defective views of the subject that religion and morality are not necessary or important qualifications for political stations. But the Scriptures teach a different doctrine. They direct that rulers should be men ‘who rule in the fear of God, able men, such as fear God, men of truth, hating covetousness.’” —Noah Webster
“During the gold rush, the people who made the most money were the ones selling the shovels.” —Russell Brunson
Husbands, here are 8 things your wife should expect from you.
Murray Vassar has another great cartoon. Click the picture or here to see the rest…
Seth Godin always makes me think. Like this post called Opposition—
The opposite of creativity is fear.
And fear’s enemy is creativity.
The opposite of yes is maybe.
Because maybe is non-definitive, and both yes and no give us closure and the chance to move ahead.
Perfect is the enemy of good.
Us is not the enemy of them. Us is the opposite of alone.
They can become us as soon as we permit it.
Everything is the opposite of okay. Everything can never be okay. Except when we permit it.
The right is not the opposite of the left. Each side has the chance to go up, which is precisely the opposite of down.
Dreams are not the opposite of reality. Dreams inform reality.
[VIDEO] John Maxwell makes me think, too. Here he does it with a bit of humor—