Quotemeal: Jan. 22nd, 2007

Monday, January 22, 2007

"If God would concede to me His omnipotence for twenty-four hours, you would see how many changes I would make in this world. But if He gave me His wisdom, too, I would leave things as they are."
— J.M.L. Monsabre

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Illustration of J.M.L. Monsabre — "If God would concede to me His omnipotence for twenty-four hours, you would see how many changes I would make in this world.  But if He gave me His wisdom, too, I would leave things as they are."

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