Untrue Friendship Famous Quotes & Sayings

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3 Untrue Friendship Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Untrue Friendship Sayings By Beth Moore: My name is Pride. I am a cheater. I cheat you of your God-given destiny My name is Pride. I am a cheater. I cheat you of your God-given destiny ... because you demand your own way. I cheat you of contentment ... because you "deserve better than this." I cheat you of knowledge ... because you already know it all. I cheat you of healing ... because you're too full of me to forgive. I cheat you of holiness ... because you refuse to admit when you're wrong. I cheat you of vision ... because you'd rather look in the mirror than out a window. I cheat you of genuine friendship ... because nobody's going to know the real you. I cheat you of love ... because real romance demands sacrifice. I cheat you of greatness in heaven ... because you refuse to wash another's feet on earth. I cheat you of God's glory ... because I convince you to seek your own. My name is Pride. I am a cheater. You like me because you think I'm always looking out for you. Untrue. — Beth Moore
Untrue Friendship Sayings By Kevin Brooks: Friends. People you know. People you used to know. People you think you once knew, Friends. People you know. People you used to know. People you think you once knew, but you probably never did. You probably just knew a part of them, the part of them that was your friend. And the rest, the parts of them that you didn't know -the twisted parts, the untrue parts, the parts you're seeing now -well, back then you just ignored them. But now you can't. Because now you can see it all, and now you know that 'back then' wasn't all wonderful and innocent. It was just a time and a place, just like every other time and place. — Kevin Brooks
Untrue Friendship Sayings By Anthony Liccione: A circle of friends, doesn't always keep perfect relationships. A circle of friends, doesn't always keep perfect relationships. — Anthony Liccione