Glen Robinson Famous Quotes & Sayings

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Glen Robinson Sayings: Then it's decided. In the end, we are just as mortal as man. But while Then it's decided. In the end, we are just as mortal as man. But while God will save a few, we will corrupt and destroy the rest of them. That is the best way to hurt Him. While many worship what you represent, most will come to believe that the existence of God is a myth."
The woman spoke up. "But if they think He is a myth, won't they think that you don't exist either?"
The Chairman smiled broadly this time.
"Exactly.
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Glen Robinson Sayings: Halloo down there," the voice said. Ziba saw a burly soldier in armor standing at Halloo down there," the voice said. Ziba saw a burly soldier in armor standing at the edge of the cliff. "Are you Israelites?"
"We are," Jonathan said.
"We thought all of the Israelites were still hiding in the caves." Ziba heard others laughing and could tell that they had been drinking. "We have plenty of wine here if you want to come join us. We even have some of your countrymen who are now in our army."
"If we come up there, it will be only to fight and kill you," Jonathan said.
The Philistine laughed. "Well, then, come on up. It's plenty boring up here. Maybe you can liven things up, small as you are."
Jonathan looked at Ziba, who then nodded.
"We'll be right up," Jonathan shouted back.
Glen Robinson Sayings: Barefoot, exhausted and bloody, Harris Borden turned and left the underground prison that had been Barefoot, exhausted and bloody, Harris Borden turned and left the underground prison that had been his home for the past twelve years and walked out into the Nevada desert.
Glen Robinson Sayings: Time is relative, Einstein tells us. It's an artificial construct that we have created to Time is relative, Einstein tells us. It's an artificial construct that we have created to remind us that we are finite, mortal. The universe doesn't wear a wristwatch. And thankfully, I decided to stop wearing one the day I found out I had terminal cancer." --My Own Personal Singularity