Quotemeal: Aug. 30th, 2020

Sunday, August 30, 2020

"We take care of our possessions for our children. But of the children themselves we take no care at all. What an absurdity is this! Form the soul of thy son aright, and the rest will be added hereafter."
— John Chrysostom

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Illustration of John Chrysostom — "We take care of our possessions for our children. But of the children themselves we take no care at all. What an absurdity is this! Form the soul of thy son aright, and the rest will be added hereafter."

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