Quotemeal: Jan. 20th, 2007

Saturday, January 20, 2007

"It is a vain thought to flee from the work that God appoints us, for the sake of finding a greater blessing, instead of seeking it where alone it is to be found - in loving obedience."
— George Eliot

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Illustration of George Eliot — "It is a vain thought to flee from the work that God appoints us, for the sake of finding a greater blessing, instead of seeking it where alone it is to be found - in loving obedience."

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