Doors Bible Famous Quotes & Sayings

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21 Doors Bible Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Doors Bible Sayings By Howard G. Hendricks: It Bible opens up the doors in your life, and provides a purifying dynamic to It Bible opens up the doors in your life, and provides a purifying dynamic to help you clean out sin and learn to conform to God's will. — Howard G. Hendricks
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Doors Bible Sayings By Julian Bond: If your Bible tells you that gay people ought not be married in your church, If your Bible tells you that gay people ought not be married in your church, don't tell them they can't be married at city hall. Marriage is a civil rite as well a civil right, and we can't let religious bigotry close the door to justice to anyone. — Julian Bond
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Doors Bible Sayings By Michael Dobbs: There is no need to outrun the lion. All that is necessary for a man There is no need to outrun the lion. All that is necessary for a man to do in order to survive is to outrun his friends. — Michael Dobbs
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Doors Bible Sayings By Ambrose Bierce: Evolutionary biology is genuinely scientific, but more than that it opens the door to a Evolutionary biology is genuinely scientific, but more than that it opens the door to a world more marvellous than any Christian fundamentalist has ever read into the pages of the Bible. — Ambrose Bierce
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Doors Bible Sayings By Cornelius Plantinga: In the Bible, shalom means universal flourishing, wholeness, and delighta rich state of affairs in In the Bible, shalom means universal flourishing, wholeness, and delight
a rich state of affairs in which natural needs are satisfied and natural gifts fruitfully employed, a state of affairs that inspires joyful wonder as its Creator and Savior opens doors and welcomes the creatures in whom he delights. Shalom, in other words, is the way things ought to be. — Cornelius Plantinga
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Doors Bible Sayings By Mark Twain: Look at the tyranny of party at what is called party allegiance, party loyalty a Look at the tyranny of party
at what is called party allegiance, party loyalty
a snare invented by designing men for selfish purposes
and which turns voters into chattels, slaves, rabbits; and all the while, their masters, and they themselves are shouting rubbish about liberty, independence, freedom of opinion, freedom of speech, honestly unconscious of the fantastic contradiction; and forgetting or ignoring that their fathers and the churches shouted the same blasphemies a generation earlier when they were closing thier doors against the hunted slave, beating his handful of humane defenders with Bible-texts and billies, and pocketing the insults nad licking the shoes of his Southern master. — Mark Twain
Doors Bible Sayings By David Weber: War may represent the failure of diplomacy, but even the best diplomats operate on credit. War may represent the failure of diplomacy, but even the best diplomats operate on credit. Sooner or later someone who's less reasonable than you are is going to call you, and if your military can't cover your I.O.U.s, you lose. — David Weber
Doors Bible Sayings By Diana Gabaldon: Geillis Duncan had always had a voluptuous abundance of creamy bosom and a generous swell Geillis Duncan had always had a voluptuous abundance of creamy bosom and a generous swell of rounded hip. While still creamy-skinned, she was considerably more abundant and generous, in every dimension visible. She wore a loose muslin gown, under which the soft, thick flesh wobbled and swayed as she moved. The delicate bones of her face had long since been submerged in swelling plumpness, but the brilliant green eyes were the same, filled with malice and humor. I — Diana Gabaldon
Doors Bible Sayings By Maggie Stiefvater: I had done something wrong. I shouldn't have shown him. But he had known, hadn't I had done something wrong. I shouldn't have shown him. But he had known, hadn't he? What had I done? I retreated quickly down the aisle, pushing my way through the double doors into the porch, where I swiped one of my eyes dry. For a long moment I stood in the dim room, looking blankly at the flyers for bake sales and Bible studies on the noticeboard.
Then I heard him shout, "Damn you! Why?"
I looked through the clear glass of the porch doors to see if he spoke to some barely seen faerie. But to my eyes, there was no one there but Luke and God. — Maggie Stiefvater
Doors Bible Sayings By Frederick Douglass: They love the heathen on the other side of the globe. They can pray for They love the heathen on the other side of the globe. They can pray for him, pay money to have the Bible put into his hand, and missionaries to instruct him; while they despise and totally neglect the heathen at their own doors. Such is, very briefly, my view of the religion of this land; — Frederick Douglass
Doors Bible Sayings By Raheel Farooq: Humans are one, not divided, but multiplied into many. Humans are one, not divided, but multiplied into many. — Raheel Farooq
Doors Bible Sayings By John Ortberg: Mission began with God. God has a mission. That's why he made for himself a Mission began with God. God has a mission. That's why he made for himself a people, but his mission came before people. His mission came before the Bible. He gave his mission a Bible. He gave his mission a people. God's mission, God's project, is to bless. Open doors are an invitation to be part of the missio Dei. — John Ortberg
Doors Bible Sayings By Jessi Colter: It's part of what I do at my piano - the hymns. And then I It's part of what I do at my piano - the hymns. And then I write. — Jessi Colter
Doors Bible Sayings By Mao Tse-tung: War can only be abolished through war, and in order to get rid of the War can only be abolished through war, and in order to get rid of the gun it is necessary to take up the gun. — Mao Tse-tung
Doors Bible Sayings By Gloria Steinem: We've learned that women can and should do 'men's jobs,' for instance, and we've won We've learned that women can and should do 'men's jobs,' for instance, and we've won the principle (if not the fact) of getting equal pay. But we haven't yet established the principle (much less the fact) that men can and should do 'women's jobs': that homemaking and child-rearing are as much a man's responsibility, too, and that those jobs in which women are concentrated outside the home would probably be better paid if more men became secretaries, file clerks, and nurses, too. — Gloria Steinem
Doors Bible Sayings By Andy Pettitte: I try to sit down at night before they go to bed and read the I try to sit down at night before they go to bed and read the Bible with them and do little devotionals and pray with them. I think if you instill it in them when they are young, they'll remember when they grow up. I raise them in church. When the doors are open, I want to be there. My kids love to go. So does my wife. — Andy Pettitte
Doors Bible Sayings By Mark Hanna: You have been in politics long enough to know that no man in public office You have been in politics long enough to know that no man in public office owes the public anything. — Mark Hanna
Doors Bible Sayings By Peter Tork: I get to play a scorching lead guitar, and there's not much that's more fun I get to play a scorching lead guitar, and there's not much that's more fun than that. — Peter Tork
Doors Bible Sayings By Robert G. Ingersoll: We have heard talk enough. We have listened to all the drowsy, idealess, vapid sermons We have heard talk enough. We have listened to all the drowsy, idealess, vapid sermons that we wish to hear. We have read your Bible and the works of your best minds. We have heard your prayers, your solemn groans and your reverential amens. All these amount to less than nothing. We want one fact. We beg at the doors of your churches for just one little fact. We pass our hats along your pews and under your pulpits and implore you for just one fact. We know all about your mouldy wonders and your stale miracles. We want a this year's fact. We ask only one. Give us one fact for charity. Your miracles are too ancient. The witnesses have been dead for nearly two thousand years. — Robert G. Ingersoll
Doors Bible Sayings By George Bernard Shaw: The lesson intended by an author is hardly ever the lesson the world chooses to The lesson intended by an author is hardly ever the lesson the world chooses to learn from his book. — George Bernard Shaw
Doors Bible Sayings By Edgar Allan Poe: The traveler, travelling through it,May not-dare not openly view it;Never its mysteries are exposed To The traveler, travelling through it,
May not-dare not openly view it;
Never its mysteries are exposed
To the weak human eye unclosed;
So wills its King, who hath forbid
The uplifting of the fringed lid;
And thus the sad Soul that here passes
Beholds it but through darkened glasses. — Edgar Allan Poe