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29 The Holy Week Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

The Holy Week Sayings By Paulette Jiles: So they all went home afterwards. My sisters and I sat on the veranda and So they all went home afterwards. My sisters and I sat on the veranda and cried until a storm drove us inside. We agreed to meet in the barn loft for crying once a week but after a while we forgot. Once we did but nobody could work up a cry and we started playing wolves and chickens and Little Mary had to be the chicken and Savannah shoved her out of the loft and broke her collarbone. The hearts of children are hard naturally because of their short memories. Everything they play with becomes true and unquestionable such as an acorn cap for a Holy Grail, such is the power of the untrained mind, and all our training of it is both of advantage and not. — Paulette Jiles
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The Holy Week Sayings By Philip Yancey: It took time for the church to come to terms with the ignominy of the It took time for the church to come to terms with the ignominy of the cross. Church fathers forbade its depiction in art until the reign of the Roman emperor Constantine ... Now, though, the symbol is everywhere: artists beat gold into the shape of the Roman execution device, baseball players cross themselves before batting, and cancy confectioners even make chocolate crosses for the faithful to eat during Holy Week. Strange as it may seem, Christianity has become a religion of the cross
the gallows, the electric chair, the gas chamber, in modern terms. — Philip Yancey
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The Holy Week Sayings By Carol Cymbala: practice has become a real oasis in a chaotic week. It's when we invite the practice has become a real oasis in a chaotic week. It's when we invite the Holy Spirit to fill us again so we can get up on Sunday and sing in a way that leads people into a deeply personal encounter with God. — Carol Cymbala
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The Holy Week Sayings By Pope Francis: Holy Week is a privileged time when we are called to draw near to Jesus: Holy Week is a privileged time when we are called to draw near to Jesus: friendship with him is shown in times of difficulty. — Pope Francis
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The Holy Week Sayings By Kresley Cole: I met him almost two weeks ago." Jess's eyes went wide. "Holy shit! It's your I met him almost two weeks ago." Jess's eyes went wide. "Holy shit! It's your two-week anniversary. We should drink." Lick-shoot-suck-gasp. — Kresley Cole
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The Holy Week Sayings By Frederica Mathewes-Green: Somehow we just don't make the same boisterous fun of Holy Week that we do Somehow we just don't make the same boisterous fun of Holy Week that we do of Christmas. No one plans to have a holly, jolly Easter. — Frederica Mathewes-Green
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The Holy Week Sayings By David: I felt so free for a week. But then, all of a sudden, within days I felt so free for a week. But then, all of a sudden, within days I went from 'Yay, I'm independent' to 'Holy f**k, I'm gonna die alone.' — David
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The Holy Week Sayings By Robert D. Hales: For the sacrament to be a spiritually cleansing experience each week, we need to prepare For the sacrament to be a spiritually cleansing experience each week, we need to prepare ourselves before coming to sacrament meeting. We do this by deliberately leaving behind our daily work and recreation and letting go of worldly thoughts and concerns. As we do, we make room in our minds and hearts for the Holy Ghost. — Robert D. Hales
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The Holy Week Sayings By Isaac Williams: And where are we told in the Scriptures that we are to keep the first And where are we told in the Scriptures that we are to keep the first day at all? We are commanded to keep the seventh; but we are nowhere commanded to keep the first day ... The reason why we keep the first day of the week holy instead of the seventh is for the same reason that we observe many other things, not because the Bible, but because the church has enjoined it. — Isaac Williams
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The Holy Week Sayings By Henri J.M. Nouwen: I also came to see that I should not worry about tomorrow, next week, next I also came to see that I should not worry about tomorrow, next week, next year, or next century. The more willing I was to look honestly at what I was thinking and saying and doing now, the more easily I would come into touch with the movement of God's Spirit in me, leading me to the future. God is a God of the present and reveals to those who are willing to listen carefully to the moment in which they live the steps they are to take toward the future. "Do not worry about tomorrow," Jesus says, "tomorrow will take care of itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own" (Matthew 6:34). — Henri J.M. Nouwen
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The Holy Week Sayings By Alice Walker: Anybody can observe the Sabbath, but making it holy surely takes the rest of the Anybody can observe the Sabbath, but making it holy surely takes the rest of the week. — Alice Walker
The Holy Week Sayings By Karlie Kloss: Holy cow, in the course of one week I feel like I've lived about a Holy cow, in the course of one week I feel like I've lived about a year! — Karlie Kloss
The Holy Week Sayings By Billy Graham: Christians, day by day, week by week, and month by month, are told to walk Christians, day by day, week by week, and month by month, are told to walk in the Spirit. Walking in the Spirit means being led and directed by the Holy Spirit. This comes as we progressively yield various areas of our lives to the Spirit's control. Now desire in itself is not wrong, it's what we desire or lust for that is wrong - and when we yield. — Billy Graham
The Holy Week Sayings By Kristen Ashley: Just a little pointer, Indy, girl to girl, if you want that week with Lee Just a little pointer, Indy, girl to girl, if you want that week with Lee to last into two. He likes it
when you go down on him in the morning. He's a fucking animal in bed but give him a morning BJ,
he'll return the favor and rock your world."
Every muscle in my body froze solid.
"What did she just say?" Stevie asked.
"She did not just say that in front of me," Kitty Sue said.
"Holy crap," Dolores said.
"Oh ... my ... gawd," Tod said.
"You fucking bitch," Ally said.
"This is more like it," Tex said. — Kristen Ashley
The Holy Week Sayings By A.W. Tozer: If some watcher or holy one who has spent his glad centuries by the sea If some watcher or holy one who has spent his glad centuries by the sea of fire were to come to earth, how meaningless to him would be the ceaseless chatter of the busy tribes of men. How strange to him and how empty would sound the flat, stale, and profitless words heard in the average pulpit from week to week. And we're such a one to speak on earth would he not speak of God? Would he not charm and fascinate his hearers with rapturous descriptions of the Godhead? And after hearing him could we ever again consent to listen to anything less than theology, the doctrine of God? Would we not thereafter demand of those who would presume to teach us that they speak to us from the mount of divine vision or remain silent altogether? — A.W. Tozer
The Holy Week Sayings By Pope Francis: Holy Week challenges us to step outside ourselves so as to attend to the needs Holy Week challenges us to step outside ourselves so as to attend to the needs of others: those who long for a sympathetic ear, those in need of comfort or help. We should not simply remain in our own secure world, that of the ninety-nine sheep who never strayed from the fold, but we should go out, with Christ, in search of the one lost sheep, however far it may have wandered. — Pope Francis
The Holy Week Sayings By Malcolm X: Never have I witnessed such sincere hospitality and the overwhelming spirit of true brotherhood as Never have I witnessed such sincere hospitality and
the overwhelming spirit of true brotherhood as is practiced
by people of all colours and races here in this ancient Holy Land,
the home of Abraham, Muhammad, and all the other prophets
of the Holy Scriptures. For the past week, I have been utterly
speechless and spellbound by the graciousness I see displayed
all around me by people of all colours. — Malcolm X
The Holy Week Sayings By David A. Bednar: Faithfully obeying God's commandments is essential to receiving the Holy Ghost. We are reminded of Faithfully obeying God's commandments is essential to receiving the Holy Ghost. We are reminded of this truth each week as we listen to the sacrament prayers and worthily partake of the bread and water. — David A. Bednar
The Holy Week Sayings By Pope Francis: Holy Week is a good occasion to go to confession and to take up the Holy Week is a good occasion to go to confession and to take up the right path again. — Pope Francis
The Holy Week Sayings By Mark Batterson: ...people can go to church every week of their lives and never go all in ...people can go to church every week of their lives and never go all in with Jesus Christ. I'm afraid we've cheapened the gospel by allowing people to buy in without selling out. We've made it too convenient, too comfortable. We've given people just enough Jesus to be bored but not enough to feel the surge of holy adrenaline that courses through your veins when you decide to follow Him no matter what, no matter where, no matter when. — Mark Batterson
The Holy Week Sayings By S.M. Stevens: When you're in a show, all through rehearsals Tech Week hovers out there like a When you're in a show, all through rehearsals Tech Week hovers out there like a magical holy grail. In reality, Tech Week is always a train wreck of missed cues, forgotten lines, malfunctioning set pieces and short tempers. — S.M. Stevens
The Holy Week Sayings By Pope Francis: Living Holy Week following Jesus means learning how to come out of ourselves to reach Living Holy Week following Jesus means learning how to come out of ourselves to reach out to others, to go to the outskirts of existence, to be the first to move towards our brothers and sisters, especially those who are most distant, those who are forgotten, those who are most in need of understanding, consolation and help. There is so much need to bring the living presence of Jesus, merciful and full of love! — Pope Francis
The Holy Week Sayings By Ellen G. White: As the sun goes down, let the voice of prayer and the hymn of praise As the sun goes down, let the voice of prayer and the hymn of praise mark the close of the sacred hours and invite God's presence through the cares of the week of labor. Thus parents can make the Sabbath, as it should be, the most joyful day of the week. They can lead their children to regard it as a delight, the day of days, the holy of the Lord, honorable. - Testimonies for the Church, vol. 6, pp. 358, 359. — Ellen G. White
The Holy Week Sayings By Stephanie Perkins: You know," I tease, "you still haven't told me why you're here. You were ... You know," I tease, "you still haven't told me why you're here. You were ... passing by? Wanted
to brag about getting a week off from school?"
"Oh. Uh, right." Josh sort of laughs and glances out my window. "I was just wondering if you
wanted to go out."
Holy.
Shit.
"I'm on my way to Album," he continues, referring to a nearby comics shop. "Since we were
talking about that new Sfar earlier, I thought if you weren't busy, you might want to come along."
... Oh.
My heart beats like a cracked-out drummer. Josh, don't do that to a lady. I'm still clutching the
book about the shipwreck, so I set it down to wipe my sweaty palms. "Sure". — Stephanie Perkins
The Holy Week Sayings By Christoffer Boe: I seem to wonder if we can reach some kind of new destination with cinema, I seem to wonder if we can reach some kind of new destination with cinema, or touch upon human existence in a different way to what cinema usually does in its very schematic and sometimes very controlled, plot-oriented ways of thinking. Sometimes I feel like I've found the holy grail, and next week I think it's a complete mistake and I need to try something completely different. It's an ongoing process. — Christoffer Boe
The Holy Week Sayings By Reinhold Niebuhr: You are supposed to stand before a congregation, brimming over with a great message. Here You are supposed to stand before a congregation, brimming over with a great message. Here I am trying to find a new little message each Sunday. If I really had great convictions I suppose they would struggle for birth each week. As the matter stands, I struggle to find an idea worth presenting and I almost dread the approach of a new sabbath. I don't know whether I can ever accustom myself to the task of bringing light and inspiration in regular weekly installments. How in the world can you reconcile the inevitability of Sunday and its task with the moods and caprices of the soul? The prophet speaks only when he is inspired. The parish preacher must speak whether he is inspired or not. I wonder whether it is possible to live on a high enough plane to do that without sinning against the Holy Spirit. — Reinhold Niebuhr
The Holy Week Sayings By Darynda Jones: Did you look at the memo?""What memo? We're getting memos now?""I sent a memo a Did you look at the memo?"
"What memo? We're getting memos now?"
"I sent a memo a week ago. I've been sending you a memo every week with a list of all the updates and my notes on all our cases for weeks now."
Holy cow. Missed the boat on that one. "Oh, those memos. I totally knew that."
"You're not even reading them, are you?"
"I thought they were optional."
Note to self: Stop making paper airplanes out of Cookie's memos. — Darynda Jones
The Holy Week Sayings By Edna O'Brien: Ideally I'd like to spend two evenings a week talking to Proust and another conversing Ideally I'd like to spend two evenings a week talking to Proust and another conversing with the Holy Ghost. — Edna O'Brien
The Holy Week Sayings By Dalai Lama XIV: During the week their fingers were often wagging at each other teasingly, moments before their During the week their fingers were often wagging at each other teasingly, moments before their hands were clasped together affectionately. During our first lunch the Archbishop told the story of a talk they were giving together. As they were getting ready to walk on stage, the Dalai Lama - the world's icon of compassion and peace - pretended to choke his spiritual older brother. The Archbishop turned to the Dalai Lama and said, "Hey, the cameras are on us, act like a holy man." These — Dalai Lama XIV