Saturday, April 30, 2011

quotes of the week #41

best quotes of the week
“There is no disembodied ‘reason’ which can act as impartial umpire between the rival claims.” – Lesslie Newbigin

“The Bible has a lot of principles, but it doesn’t have a lot of methods.” – Mark Driscoll

“The cost of discipleship must be compared to the terrible toll of nondiscipleship.” – Dallas Willard

“We can blame people or we can help them get better.” – Chris Brown (the pastor not the rapper)

"Money enables what's in a person's heart." - Matt Krol

“Kindness has converted more people than zeal, science, or eloquence.” – Mother Teresa

"If you aren't on a relentless pursuit to make your church better you will be critical of those who are." - Andy Stanley

"Dont expect anything back from the person you're trying to make amends to. The heart change is not about them; it's about you doing right." - Mike Foster

“Finishing well can be more important than starting well.” – Dave Ramsey

what quotes are you digging these days?

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