Quotemeal: Nov. 6th, 2021

Saturday, November 6, 2021

"Better to love God and die unknown than to love the world and be a hero; better to be content with poverty than to die a slave to wealth; better to have taken some risks and lost than to have done nothing and succeeded at it."
— Erwin W. Lutzer

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Illustration of Erwin W. Lutzer — "Better to love God and die unknown than to love the world and be a hero; better to be content with poverty than to die a slave to wealth; better to have taken some risks and lost than to have done nothing and succeeded at it."

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