That could be a quote right there! But anyway, thank you for reminding me that everything that we have including our quotes, comes from God!I can not take credit for anything I have said, but I do boast in what the Lord has done! After all we are just his temple, and he is our Wisdom. Thank God what we have or what we are is not according to our talent, looks, or works.
Those are really goodOk too many to list here Jst google witty church signs and quote your favs.
Santa claus never died for anyone.
You have a new friend request - Jesus. Confirm/ignore
Read the bible, it will scare the hell out of you
Dont be so open-minded so that your brains fall out
lol, lots of big words in there But inspiring quote. Many people do not understand that Jesus is absolutely necessary to have a peaceful society. This will understood during the Millennium. Praise God!Wicked and violent despotism thrashes to pieces the substrate of justice, but Christ Jesus is the Rock formation that provides an immovable foundation for a just-substrate to exist in society; just-law, void of all arbitrary violence, emanates from the just-substrate, and love for the innocent is the matrix that solidifies the substrate's existence in society.
lol, lots of big words in there But inspiring quote. Many people do not understand that Jesus is absolutely necessary to have a peaceful society. This will understood during the Millennium. Praise God!
I really like the last two.I kind of like to take quotes and redirect them. It is taking things out of context, but I think about the meaning that is unintended by the author.
The hidden workings of God:
"Something unknown is doing we don't know what" -- Sir Arthur Eddington
"When puzzled, it never hurts to read the primary documents" -- Steven Gould
Both of those were originally about other things, but they still work as I redirect them.
Some quotes are fine as originally intended:
"Anxiety does not empty tomorrow of its sorrows, but only empties today of its strength" -- Charles Spurgeon
"You get the chicken by hatching the egg, not by smashing it" -- Arnold Glasow