Quotemeal: Jun. 19th, 2018

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

"Few things are more infectious than a godly lifestyle. The people you rub shoulders with everyday need that kind of challenge. Not prudish. Not preachy. Just cracker jack clean living. Just honest to goodness, bone - deep, non-hypocritical integrity."
— Charles Swindoll

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Illustration of Charles Swindoll — "Few things are more infectious than a godly lifestyle.  The people you rub shoulders with everyday need that kind of challenge.  Not prudish.  Not preachy.  Just cracker jack clean living.  Just honest to goodness, bone - deep, non-hypocritical integrity."

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