You weren’t an accident. You weren’t mass produced. You aren’t an assembly-line product. You were deliberately planned, specifically gifted and lovingly positioned on the Earth by the Master Craftsman.
— Max Lucado
It is better to have faith in a cause that will ultimately succeed than to succeed in a cause that will ultimately fail.
— Bobby Bowden
Every man is born with the ability to do something well. This is what the Lord intended him to do. Using that ability – that’s what life is all about.
— George Allen
God requires a faithful fulfillment of the merest trifle given us to do, rather than the most ardent aspiration to things to which we are not called.
— St. Francis de Sales
What men call training and preparation, God calls the end. God’s end is to enable me to see that He can walk on the waves of the chaos of my life just now. If we have a further end in view, we do not pay sufficient attention to the immediate present: if we realize that obedience is the end, then each moment as it comes is precious.
— Oswald Chambers