Quotemeal: Jun. 5th, 2021

Saturday, June 5, 2021

"God does not lead His children around hardship, but leads them straight through hardship. But He leads! And amidst the hardship, He is nearer to them than ever before."
— Otto Dibelius

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"The blessed and inviting truth is that God is the most winsome of all beings and in our worship of Him we should find unspeakable pleasure."
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Illustration

Illustration of Otto Dibelius — "God does not lead His children around hardship, but leads them straight through hardship. But He leads! And amidst the hardship, He is nearer to them than ever before."

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