Quotes (8)

Preaching has power like nothing else the church has or does. Moreover, preaching reaches more people than anything else the preacher can do, whether it is teaching, visiting, administrating, or counseling.… The time has come to restore preaching to its rightful place, its primary position in the work of the ministry. In preaching there is power! – Carl Sanders

God does not choose a person who is worthy, but by the act of choosing him he makes him worthy. – St. Augustine

Christian, If you’re more passionate about who you’re voting for than who you’re living for, take a break and re-prioritize! – Jason Kraft


Have a blessed day!


4 Responses to “Quotes (8)”

  1. Love it!! To yours….

    1. I wonder when the pulpit was introduced… I think that when preaching became a job only for the pastor

    2. And we are all chosen from the beginning, hence we are all worthy but do not live as if we are

    3. Amen brotha!

    “If you can’t speak the truth in love (and with the person’s best interest at heart), then you’re not ready to speak. Keep praying.” – Mike Mack

    “The artist doesn’t see things as they are, but as he is.” – Anonymous

    “The difference between journalism and literature is that journalism is unreadable and literature in not read,” – Oscar Fingal O’Flahertie Wilde

  2. Yep – sorry – typo.

    I can’t say what the author thought it meant to him, but to me journalism is often bias, at times depressing, exaggerated, meaningless; therefore “unreadable” – not literally of course, but to me. Whereas literature tells a story that may be depressing and exaggerated and meaningless – but definitely readable to me 🙂

  3. … definitely readable to me, but often not read by many – they chose the former

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