Friday's Quotables

This will be a new weekly post.
Here are a few from me that I saved up from college, but I would love to hear some from you:
(and save some through the week for next Friday)

'Faith is believing what you cannot see. The reward for faith is seeing what you believe.' - St. Augustine

'Wealth consists not in having great possessions, but in having few wants.' - Epicurus

'If something's not there you won't notice it.' - A.C. Robbins

'Your best servants are those who look not so much to hear from you what they want to hear, but rather to want what they hear from you.' - St. Augustine

'Every saint has a past and every sinner a future.' - Oscar Wilde

'It is part of the cure to want to be cured.' - Seneca

'Essentially, faith is believing through deliverance or sustaining that God is greater than all that life can give or that death can take away.' - John Piper

'Life is a process of becoming.' - John Feinberg

'To really destroy a thing you need to replace it.' - Napoleon III

'There is enough time every day to fully do God's will for your life.' - Todd Harbegger


Trent Steele said...

"A. C. Robbins," huh? Sounds professional.

I prefer to refer to him as "J. Green."

jon said...

Yeah, good ol' Arty goes by many names.

Rob said...

i still like to refer to the "giddy giddy smile" even nobody knows what i'm talking about.

Cliff said...

Please, That's A.C. Robbins III