{M.Q+A-3}...Favorite Quote(s)?

{Each month ,I will post a question and allow readers to give their answers in a comment.
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What is your favorite quote?
 You may leave a link to your blog in the comment if you would like! This is open for any Christian female readers,so feel free to share! We'd love to hear from you!! Share as many quotes as you would like!

4 Responses So Far...Care to Share?:

Angel said...

Great question! I just made a post dedicated to some of my favorite quotes just yesterday. :D Here's the link...

Have a wonderfully blessed day!

Northern Bell said...

Hello Ladies!

I also have recently done a post on a lot of my favorite quotes. My link is: thekingscountrygirl.blogspot.com

However one of my favorite quotes is by Patrick Moore:
"Jesus had no servants, yet they called Him Master. Had no degree, yet they called Him Teacher . Had no medicine, yet they called Him Healer. Had no army, yet kings feared Him. He won no military battles, yet He conquered the world. He committed no crime, yet they crucified Him. He was buried in a tomb, yet He lives today."

Enjoy the day!!
God Bless!

amy said...

Wonderful question. I actually have a lot of favorite quotes =) I'll share a couple:

"Live on your knees. Anything that can be accomplished without prayer is not worth pursuing." ~Paul Washer

"He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep to gain what he cannot lose." ~Jim Elliot

“Much praying is not done because we do not plan to pray. We do not drift into spiritual life; we do not drift into disciplined prayer. We will not grow in prayer unless we plan to pray. That means we must self-consciously set aside time to do nothing but pray. What we actually do reflects our highest priorities. That means we can proclaim our commitment to prayer until the cows come home, but unless we actually pray, our actions disown our words." ~D.A.Carson

"Give yourself to God, that out of your service, whether long or short, some light may break on people still in darkness, and some glory come to Christ our Lord." ~Sophie de la Haye

Well, that's probably enough! I get kind of excited thinking of them =)


Ladies of Virtue said...

Thank you all for replying to this post! Great quotes!