Thomas a Kempis

At the Day of Judgment, we shall not be asked what we have read, but what we have done.

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J. Arthur Lewis

Do you ever sit down and wonder what is wrong with the world? Do you ever ask yourself why it is that Christians seem to have so little influence, why they seem to achieve so little, for all their numbers, in putting the world right? To each of those two questions there is ultimately but one answer. It is this: we lack the mind of Christ.

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Dan Bernard

Remember putting your face above a headless frame painted to represent a muscle man, a clown, or even a bathing beauty? Many of us have had our pictures taken this way, and the photos are humorous because the head doesn't fit the body. If we could picture Christ as the head of our local body of believers, would the world laugh at the misfit? Or would they stand in awe of a human body so closely related to a divine head?
http://www.sctb.org/

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Katherine Walden

[video width="1080" height="1080" mp4="https://www.dailychristianquote.com/wp-content/uploads/2003/07/A-heart-that-does-not-have-the-true-ability.mp4"][/video] A heart that does not have the true ability to be utterly and genuinely delighted and grateful by the simple gift given by a friend will find it difficult to be utterly delighted in the gifts given by the King.

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Ron McIntosh

Revival is a Divine attack on society.
http://www.vbitulsa.org/

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B Wilson

We all know that a sympathetic and intelligent listener not only flatters our vanity, but also frequently enables us to crystallize our own ideas to the best advantage. Why, then, do we so often refuse to perform this service?
http://www.isle-of-man.com/manxnotebook/fulltext/cm1890.htm

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Alexander Grosse

When Christ reveals Himself there is satisfaction in the slenderest portion, and without Christ there is emptiness in the greatest fullness.

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George MacDonald

Instead of a gem, or even a flower, we should cast the gift of a loving thought into the heart of a friend, that would be giving as the angels give.
http://www.george-macdonald.com/

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Ron Sider

For the early believers koinonia was not the frilly 'fellowship' of church-sponsored bi-weekly outings. It was not tea, biscuits and sophisticated small talk in the Fellowship Hall after the sermon. It was an unconditional sharing of their lives with the other members of Christ's body.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ron_Sider

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Author Unknown

Prayer should never be understood primarily in terms of power but rather as relating to God who is the source of all power.

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