TweetWords – Feb. 10, 2011

C S Lewis:
„In prayer we must lay before Him what is in us, not what ought to be in us.” (C.S. Lewis)

John Piper:
– Infinite dignity made Jesus’ suffering unendurable. Infinite love made it endurable.
– The outcome of irrationality. „Why, what evil has he done?” Answer: „Let him be crucified!” (Matt. 27:23)

Todd Agnew:
A man must not choose his neighbor; he must take the neighbor that God sends him. (George MacDonald)

Jon Acuff:
I’m afraid of accidentally hitting „reply to all” on emails like some people are afraid of heights.

WomenOfHistory:
Although the world is full of suffering, it is also full of the overcoming of it. (Helen Keller)

John C Maxwell:
There is something more powerful than anybody – and that is everybody. (Eddy Rickenbacker)

D. A. Carson:
There is a certain kind of maturity that can be attained only through the discipline of suffering.

Tim Hughes:
‘Music washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.’ (Berthold Auerbach)

The Ramp:
„You are called to heal the sick, but you never will until you fall crazy in love with the healer.” (Damon Thompson)

Brenton Brown:
„God had one Son without sin; but he has no son without temptation.” (Spurgeon)

A Ransomed Tribe:
If God was next to your physically I bet you’d be doing your homework.

Lecrae:
Anything you own that you can’t give away actually owns you.

Jami Smith:
How do you define God’s grace?

Desiring God:
Our Lord Jesus Christ became the Bearer of the Spirit, in order to be the Bestower of the Spirit. (John Owen)

Ligonier:
We’re living in a culture now that is virtually obsessed with self-help pop-psychology remedies to make us happy. (R.C. Sproul)



   
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