Quotemeal: May. 22nd, 2018

Tuesday, May 22, 2018

"The spiritual life is a stern choice. It is not a consoling retreat from the difficulties of existence, but an invitation to enter fully into that difficult existence, and there apply the Charity of God, and bear the cost."
— Evelyn Underhill

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"Sincerity carries the soul in all simplicity to open its heart to God."
John Bunyan
"Make two homes for yourself my daughter. One actual home and another spiritual home, which you carry with you always."
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"We meet God through entering into a relationship both of dependance on Jesus as our Saviour and Friend and of discipleship to Him as our Lord and Master."
J. I. Packer

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Illustration of Evelyn Underhill — "The spiritual life is a stern choice. It is not a consoling retreat from the difficulties of existence, but an invitation to enter fully into that difficult existence, and there apply the Charity of God, and bear the cost."

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