Quotemeal: May. 26th, 2006

Friday, May 26, 2006

"It is easier to ridicule than commend."
— Thomas Fuller

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"We don't seem to want to worship a God who's too big, too authoritative. We seem more comfortable with a deity who's more manageable."
Mark Finley
"Commitment without reflection is fanaticism in action, though reflection without commitment is the paralysis of all action."
John Mackay
"The greatest act of faith is when man decides he is not God."
"Whatever tries us in any way, speak to the Lord about it."

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Illustration of Thomas Fuller — "It is easier to ridicule than commend."

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Quotemeal is a daily dose of Christian quotes to inspire and encourage.