Quotemeal: Jun. 10th, 2017

Saturday, June 10, 2017

"If our faith is not relevant to our daily life in the world and in the parish, then it is no use; and if we cannot be Christians in our work, in the neighborhood, in our political decisions, then we had better stop being Christians. A piety reserved for Sundays is no message for this age."
— Douglas Rhymes

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Illustration of Douglas Rhymes — "If our faith is not relevant to our daily life in the world and in the parish, then it is no use; and if we cannot be Christians in our work, in the neighborhood, in our political decisions, then we had better stop being Christians. A piety reserved for Sundays is no message for this age."

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