Just imagine everyone you meet is trying to bring happiness and joy to your life. And then try to do the same for them. Rich Biller. If you ever find happiness by hunting for it, you will find it, as the old woman did her lost spectacles- safe on her own nose all the time. Josh Billings. One-half the troubles of this life can be traced to saying yes too quickly and not saying no soon enough. Attention to detail is the secret of success in every sphere of life, and little kindnesses, little acts of considerateness, little appreciations, little confidences…they are all that are needed to keep the friendship sweet.
Hugh Black. Henry Blackaby. Faith does not eliminate problems. Faith keeps you in a trusting relationship with God in the midst of your problems. Jesus, the ultimate model for the Christian life, did not rely on His own best thinking, but depended completely on His heavenly Father for wisdom in everything. Will God ever ask you to do something you are not able to do? The answer is yes- all the time! If we function according to our ability alone, we get the glory; if we function according to the power of the Spirit within us, God gets the glory.
He wants to reveal Himself to a watching world. Thomas Blackaby. All this adds up to the meaning of peace. It is the gift of Christ. Oscar F. Each dawn holds a new hope for a new plan, making the start of each day the start of a new life. Gina Blair. Charles E. The answer to all these questions is the same: Every day! John Blanchard. I give it as my testimony that there is a marvelous therapy in thanksgiving. If you are holding something back from God, then God is holding something back from you. It is impossible to be too preoccupied with God, and it is only as we fill our hearts and minds with him that we become melted out of our likeness and moulded into his.
The Christian who is truly spiritual revels as much in his ignorance of God as in his knowledge of him. Nice guys may appear to finish last, but usually they are running in a different race. Ken Blanchard. The phone rang in the office of a Washington D. No sorrow touches man until it has been filtered through the heart of God. Joseph Blinco. He wants us as covenant partners, not as automons or slaves.
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Donald Bloesch. When we pray, it is far more important to pray with a sense of the greatness of God than with a sense of the greatness of the problem. Evangeline Blood. James Montgomery Boice. If you want to know God as he speaks to you through the Bible, you should study the Bible daily, systematically, comprehensively, devotionally, and prayerfully.
Erma Bombeck. If the Father has the kingdom ready for us, he will take care of us on the way. Andrew Bonar. Similarly, if we follow close after the Lord, we would easily see the footsteps along the way, but if we try to follow afar off, we would find it difficult to know the path of His will. In order to grow in grace, we must be much alone. It is not in society that the soul grows most vigorously. In one single quite hour of prayer it will often make more progress than in days of company with others. It is in the desert that the dew falls freshest and the air ifs purest.
Horatius Bonar. The more fully that the gospel is preached, in the grand old apostolic way, the more likely is it to accomplish the results which it did in the apostolic days. Prayer is such an ordinary, everyday, mundane thing. Certainly, people who pray are no more saints than the rest of us. Rather, they are people who want to share a life with God, to love and be loved, to speak and to listen, to work and to be at rest in the presence of God. Roberta Bondi. Cheap grace is the grace we bestow on ourselves. Cheap grace is the preaching of forgiveness without requiring repentance, baptism without church discipline, Communion without confession.
Cheap grace is grace without discipleship, grace without the cross, grace without Jesus Christ, living and incarnate. Dietrich Bonhoeffer. Do not desire to be strong, powerful, honoured and respected; but let God alone be your strength, your fame, your honour. In Jesus the service of God and the service of the least of the brethren were one. Much that worries us beforehand can, quite unexpectedly, have a happy and simple solution. Things really are in a better hand than ours. The hungry need bread and the homeless need a roof; the dispossessed need justice and the lonely need fellowship; the undisciplined need order and the slaves need freedom.
We are silent at the beginning of the day because God should have the first word, and we are silent before going to sleep because the last word also belongs to God. Take that gift God has entrusted to you, and use it in the service of Christ and your fellow men. He will make it glow and shine like the very stars of heaven. John Sutherland Bonnell. Almighty God, whose most dear Son went not up to joy but first he suffered pain, and entered not into glory before he was crucified; mercifully grant that we, walking in the way of the cross, may find it none other than the way of life, and peace; through the same Jesus Christ our Lord.
Book of Common Prayer. A religion that is small enough for our understanding would not be big enough for our needs. Corrie ten Boom. Dear Jesus, how foolish of me to have called for human help when You are here. Have an appointment with the Lord and keep it. A man is powerful on his knees. Every experience God gives us, every person he puts in our lives, is the perfect preparation for the future that only he can see.
Four marks of true repentance are: acknowledgment of wrong, willingness to confess it, willingness to abandon it, and willingness to make restitution. I am eighty-five years old and I am so thankful that I am able to continue the work I love. God has a plan for every life. All of us are called to be the light of the world wherever He places us. We are within His perfect guidance when we trust and obey Him. A tool does not decide where to work. It is the Master who decides where it is to be used. When He tells us to love our enemies, He gives, along with the command, the love itself.
If a bird is flying for pleasure, it flies with the wind, but if it meets danger it turns and faces the wind, in order that it may rise higher. If a care is too small to be turned into a prayer it is too small to be made into a burden. If all things are possible with God, then all things are possible to him who believes in Him.
If Jesus were born one thousand times in Bethlehem and not in me, then I would still be lost. In the center of a hurricane there is absolute quiet and peace. There is no safer place than in the center of the will of God. It would seem, after having been a Christian for almost 80 years, that I would no longer do ugly things that need forgiving. Yet I am constantly doing things to others that cause me to have to go back and ask their forgiveness. There is nothing anybody else can do that can stop God from using us. We can turn everything into a testimony. To pray only when in peril is to use safety belts only in heavy traffic.
But when you are filled with the Holy Spirit, then the ministry of Jesus just flows out of you. We can all get to heaven without health, without wealth, without fame, without learning, without culture, without beauty, without friends, without ten thousand things. But we can never get to heaven without Christ. When a Christian shuns fellowship with other Christians, the devil smiles. When he stops studying the Bible, the devil laughs. When he stops praying, the devil shouts for joy. When Jesus tells us to love our enemies, He Himself will give us the love with which to do it.
We are neither factories nor reservoirs of His love, only channels. When we understand that, all excuse for pride is eliminated. When we are powerless to do a thing, it is a great joy that we can come and step inside the ability of Jesus. Worry does not empty tomorrow of its sorrow, it empties today of its strength. It does not enable us to escape evil.
It makes us unfit to face evil when it comes. It is the interest you pay on trouble before it comes. You can do more than praying after you have prayed. You can never do more than praying before you have prayed. Corrie Ten Boom. Faith and works should travel side by side, step answering to step, like the legs of men walking.
First faith, and then works; and then faith again, and then works again- until you can scarcely distinguish which is one and which is the other. William Booth. The chief dangers that confront the coming centuries will be religion without the Holy Spirit; Christianity without Christ; forgiveness without repentance; salvation without regeneration; politics without God; and heaven without hell. Ruth Boorstin.
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To have a God who is almighty, all wise, all good and merciful to go to as your constant friend, as your continual benefactor, as your safeguard and guide, it should- it must- sweeten every bitter drought of life. Elias Boudinot. By prayer, the ability is secured to feel the law of love, to speak according to the law of love, and to do everything in harmony with the law of love. Let prayer nourish your soul as your meals nourish your body.
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Prayer should not be regarded as a duty which must be performed, but rather as a privilege to be enjoyed, a rare delight that is always revealing some new beauty. The story of every great Christian achievement is the history of answered prayer. To pray is the greatest thing we can do, and to do it well, there must be calmness, time, and deliberation. Friendships are fragile things, and require as much care in handling as any other fragile and precious thing. Randolph S. Men substitute tradition for the living experience of the love of God. They talk and think as though walking with God was attained by walking in the footsteps of men who walked with God.
William Charles Braithwaite. Brakkenstein Community of Blessed Sacrament Fathers. If God had wanted to be a big secret, He would not have created babbling brooks and whispering pines. Robert Brault. Today I bent the truth to be kind, and I have no regret, for I am far surer of what is kind than I am of what is true. Brendan To King Brude. When I was a little boy on the sun-bathed prairies of southern Illinois, a year seemed interminable- it moved forward on leaden feet.
Now the years pass like the flash of sunlit bubbles on wind-tossed waves, as though they must hasten and lose themselves in that eternity when time shall be no more. And yet what an unspeakable gift of God is a year! Who can compute its value or estimate its worth? Samuel Logan Brengle. Dear God, Be good to me. The sea is so wide, and my boat is so small. Be aware that most people are operating on a very condensed version of the Ten Commandments: the part about murder.
Mark Bricklin. From our limited vantage point, our lives are marked by an endless series of contingencies. We frequently find ourselves, instead of acting as we planned, reacting to an unexpected turn of events. We make plans but are often forced to change those plans. But there are no contingencies with God. Our unexpected, forced change of plans is a part of His plan.
God is never surprised; never caught off guard; never frustrated by unexpected developments. God does as He pleases and that which pleases Him is always for His glory and our good.
Jerry Bridges. God never allows pain without a purpose in the lives of His children. He never allows Satan, nor circumstances, nor any ill-intending person to afflict us unless He uses that affliction for our good. God never wastes pain. One thing we may be sure of, however: For the believer all pain has meaning; all adversity is profitable. There is no question that adversity is difficult.
It usually takes us by surprise and seems to strike where we are most vulnerable. To us it often appears completely senseless and irrational, but to God none of it is either senseless or irrational. He has a purpose in every pain He brings or allows in our lives. We can be sure that in some way He intends it for our profit and His glory. Jeff Bridges. Every day, I find countless opportunities to decide whether I will obey God and demonstrate my love for Him or try to please myself or the world system.
Bill Bright. Set goals so big that unless God helps you, you will be a miserable failure. The sermon of your life in tough times ministers to people more powerfully than the most eloquent speaker. If only God would lean out of heaven and tell me [my children] are going to make it, I could relax. He tells us to be the parents he has called us to be in his strength and promises to do his part. Jill Briscoe. No one has any more time than you have.
It is the discipline and stewardship of your time that is important. The management of time is the management of self; therefore if you manage time with God, He will be begin to manage you. The management of time is the management of self; therefore, if you manage time with God, he will begin to manage you. You may have no family, no food, no clothes, no future, no spouse, no health, or no children, yet be rich beyond your wildest dreams because you have the Holy Spirit in your life. The wrath of God is as pure as the holiness of God.
When God is angry he is perfectly angry. When he is displeased there is every reason he should be. We tend to think of anger as sin; but sometimes it is sinful not to be angry.
It is unthinkable that God would not be purely and perfectly angry with sin. Stuart Briscoe. I avoid looking forward or backward, and try to keep looking upward. Charlotte Bronte. Do not pray for easy lives; pray to be stronger people! Do not pray for tasks equal to your powers; pray for powers equal to your tasks.
Then the doing of your work shall be no miracle, but you shall be a miracle. Every day you shall wonder at yourself, at the richness of life with has come to you by the grace of God. Phillips Brooks. He who helps a child helps humanity with an immediateness which no other help given to human creatures in any other stage of their life can possibly give again.
It does not take great men to do great things; it only takes consecrated men. Pray the largest prayers. You cannot think a prayer so large that God, in answering it, will not wish you had made it larger. Pray not for crutches but for wings. The true Bible is not the dead book, but the living reality, developed by the Spirit of God in the conscience of mankind.
It is not a printed thing. The printed thing is the memorial of it, a souvenir of it, a mere chart; and a chart is not the ocean. Everywhere, everywhere, Christmas tonight! You must learn, you must let God teach you, that the only way to get rid of your past is to make a future out of it. God will waste nothing. Thomas Brooks. God hath in Himself all power to defend you, all wisdom to direct you, all mercy to pardon you, all grace to enrich you, all righteousness to clothe you, all goodness to supply you, and all happiness to crown you.
God looks not at the oratory of your prayers, how elegant they may be; nor at the geometry of your prayers, how long they may be; nor at the arithmetic of your prayers, how many they may be; nor at the logic of your prayers, how methodical they may be; but the sincerity of them, he looks at. The Lord has made a promise to late repentance, but where has he made a promise of late repentance?
Though our private desires are ever so confused, though our private requests are ever so broken, and though our private groanings are ever so hidden from men, yet God eyes them, records them, and puts them upon the file of heaven, and will one day crown them with glorious answers and returns. Till men have faith in Christ, their best services are but glorious sins. Your life is short, your duties many, your assistance great, and your reward sure; therefore faint not, hold on and hold up, in ways of well-doing, and heaven shall make amends for all.
Worry less about offending the people and more about offending the Gospel. William Brosend. All things are possible to him who believes, yet more to him who hopes, more still to him who loves, and most of all to him who practices and perseveres in these three virtues. Brother Lawrence. He converses and delights Himself with me incessantly, in a thousand and a thousand ways, and treats me in all respects as His favourite. I am filled with shame and confusion, when I reflect on the one hand upon the great favors which God has done, and incessantly continues to do; and on the other, upon the ill use I have made of them, and my small advancement in the way of perfection.
I wish you could convince yourself that God is often nearer to us, and more effectually present with us, in sickness than in health. If we knew how much He loves us, we should be always ready to receive equally and with indifference from His hand the sweet and the bitter; all would please that came from Him. Many do not advance in Christian progress because they stick in penances and particular exercises, while they neglect the love of God, which is the end.
Pray remember what I have recommended to you, which is, to think often on God, by day, by night, and even in diversions. He is always near you and with you; leave Him not alone. You would think it rude to leave a friend alone who came to visit you; why then must God be neglected? Do not then forget Him; this is the glorious employment of a Christian; in a word, this is our profession.
If we do not know it we must learn it. The time of business does not differ from the time of prayer; and in the noise and clutter of my kitchen, while several persons are at the same time calling for different things, I possess God in as great tranquility as if I were upon my knees at the Blessed Sacrament. Those who have the gale of the Holy Spirit go forward even in sleep.
To approach God requires neither art nor science, but only a heart resolutely determined to apply itself to nothing but Him, or for His sake, and to love Him only. To be with God, there is no need to be continually in church. We may make an oratory of our heart wherein to retire from time to time to converse with him in meekness, humility and love. There is not in the world a kind of life more sweet and delightful than that of a continual conversation with God. What can God have that gives him greater satisfaction than that a thousand times a day all his creatures should thus pause to withdraw and worship him in the heart.
When the appointed times of prayer were past, he found no difference, because he still continued with God, praising and blessing Him with all his might, so that he passed his life in continual joy. Christ turned a brilliant guess into a solid certainty and endowed the hope of eternal life with grace, reason, and majesty. Hugh Elmer Brown. Make a list of twenty-five things you want to experience before you die. Carry it in your wallet or purse and refer to it often.
Jackson Brown, Jr. A lot of Christians are going to get to heaven and find out that God offered so much more than they experienced. Steve Brown. Stewardship is more than setting up soup kitchens and overnight shelters. It is good and right that we reach into the river of despair and rescue people who are drowning. Edmond Browning. I thirst for truth, But shall not reach it till I reach the source.
Robert Browning. My business is not to remake myself, But make the absolute best of what God made. Bernard Brunsting. Christ has made of death a narrow starlit strip between the companionships of yesterday and the reunions of tomorrow. William Jennings Bryan. Once we begin to flee the things that threaten and burden us, there is no end to fleeing. He offers rest. Mark Buchanan. Sabbath, in the long run, is as essential to your well-being as food and water, and as good as a wood fire on a cold day. There were many ways of breaking a heart. Stories were full of hearts broken by love, but what really broke a heart was taking away its dream-whatever that dream might be.
Pearl Buck. All the holy men seem to have gone off and died. Jamie Buckingham. Life is grace. Sleep is forgiveness. The night absolves. Frederick Buechner. Like Buddha under the Bo tree, Jesus, on his tree, has his eyes closed too. The difference is this. Much as we wish, not one of us can bring back yesterday or shape tomorrow. Only today is ours, and it will not be ours for long, and once it is gone it will never in all time be ours again. Thou only knowest what it holds in store for us, yet even we know someting of what it will hold.
The chance to resist evil, to remember all the good times and good people of our past, to be brave, to be strong, to be glad. Of the Seven Deadly Sins, anger is possibly the most fun. To lick your wounds, to smack your lips over grievances long past, to roll over your tongue the prospect of bitter conversations still to come, to savor to the last toothsome morsel both the pain you are given and the pain you are giving back- in many ways it is a feast fit for a king. The chief drawback is that what you are wolfing down is yourself. The skeleton at the feast is you. The life I touch for good or ill will touch another life, and in turn another, until who knows where the trembling stops or in what far place my touch will be felt.
Unless you can read the story of Adam and Eve, of Abraham and Sarah, of David and Bathsheba, as your own story, you have not really understood it. The Bible is a book finally about ourselves, our own apostasies, our own battles and blessings. You can only trust your way out of. Bob Buford. If God be God over us, we must yield him universal obedience in all things. He must not be over us in one thing, and under us in another, but he must be over us in everything.
Peter Bulkeley. I have loved to hear my Lord spoken of, and wherever I have seen the print of His shoe in the earth, there have I coveted to put mine also. John Bunyan. No man, without trials and temptations, can attain a true understanding of the Holy Scriptures. There are two days in the week upon which I do not worry: two carefree days kept sacredly free from fear and apprehension.
One of these days is yesterday. Yesterday with its cares and frets and all its pains and aches, all its faults, its mistakes and blunders has passed forever beyond my recall. It was mine. And the other day that I do not worry about is tomorrow. Tomorrow, with all its possible adversities, its burdens, its perils, its large promise and poor performance, its failures and mistakes, is as far beyond my mastery as its dead sister, yesterday. It will be mine. There is left for myself, then, but one day in the week: today. Any woman can carry the burdens of just one day. Any man can resist temptations of today.
It is only when we add the burdens of those two awful eternities, yesterday and tomorrow, that we break down. Robert l. A child on a farm sees a plane fly overhead and dreams of a faraway place. A traveler on the plane sees the farmhouse… and dreams of home. Carl Burns. George Burns. God will often use the desert of quiet faithful service, or the prison of injustice, to permanently transform our self-confidence into Christ-confidence.
Tim Burns. I still find each day too short for all the thoughts I want to think, all the walks I want to take, all the books I want to read, and all the friends I want to see. John Burroughs. Leo Buscaglia. Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around. If you go to Him to be guided, He will guide you, but He will not comfort your distrust or half-trust of Him by showing you the chart of all His purposes concerning you.
He will show you only into a way where, if you go cheerfully and trustfully forward, He will show you on still farther. Horace Bushnell. Trust God for great things; with your five loaves and two fishes, he will show you a way to feed thousands. A button. The will of God is not always clear, especially with regard to the intricacies of daily conduct in our baffling world. But often the will is clear, and its main directions are always clear.
Christ hungers now, my brethren; it is he who deigns to hunger and thirst in the persons of the poor. Caesarius of Arles. Mark Cahill. He who consciously or unconsciously has chosen to ignore God is an orphan in the universe. Emile Cailliet. I shall never cease to give all I can to those in need until I find myself reduced to such a state of poverty that there will scarcely remain to me five feet of earth for my grave or a penny for my funeral. Cajetan of Thiene. All the blessings we enjoy are Divine deposits, committed to our trust on this condition, that they should be dispensed for the benefit of our neighbors.
John Calvin. Almost all men are affected with the disease of desiring to obtain useless knowledge. If we look around us, a moment can seem a long time, but when we lift up our hearts heavenwards, a thousand years begin to be like a moment. Since fasting is a holy exercise both for the humbling of men and for their confession of humility, why should we use it less than the ancients did? There is no place for faith if we expect God to fulfill immediately what he promises.
There is not one blade of grass, there is no color in this world, that is not intended to make us rejoice. When I give food to the poor, they call me a saint. When I ask why the poor have no food, they call me a communist. Helder Camara. For the ability to be of service to a fellow creature, we ought to give thanks, not demand it.
Tony Campolo. In the midst of winter, I finally learned there was within me an invincible summer. Albert Camus. Fight all error, but do it with good humor, patience, kindness, and love. Harshness will damage your own soul and spoil the best cause. John Cantius. We give thanks this morning for the incredible beauty of this day, for the magnificence of life, and for our own individual potential still untapped.
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