“I just wanted to finish well.”
—Actor Alex Kendrick in movie, “Flywheel,” after he obeyed God and it looked like he was bankrupt financially. But God hadn’t finished blessing him yet.
“All of us will one day leave behind all that we have…and take with us all that we are.”
—Rev. Larry Hatfield, in The Pentecostal Evangel.
“Pain is temporary, quitting is forever.”
—Lance Armstrong, eight time winner of the Tour-de-France bicycle race.
“People who have a Bible that’s falling apart have a life that’s not.”
—Rev. John Hagee.
“It is impossible to waste time; we only waste ourselves.”
“Opportunity is missed by most people because it comes dressed in overalls and looks like work.”
—Thomas A. Edison, inventor of the light bulb.
“It ain’t where you’re at, it’s where you’re going.”
—Evander Holyfield, world heavy weight boxing champion.
“Be one of the ‘few’ [of Matt. 7:14].”
—My daughter, Trinette Gray.
“The key to knowing God’s will is a willingness and determination to follow it before knowing it. (John 7:17).”
—Dr. Henry M. Morris, creation scientist.
“It isn’t what you’re made of that counts, but what God is making of you.”
—Rev. Phil Woods, December 8, 2002.
“It is best to have less thunder in the mouth and more lightening in the hand.”
—Old Apache proverb.
“You gotta know where you’re going; otherwise you can’t know where you’re at.”
“Insanity is when you think that doing more of what you are already doing will lead to a different outcome.”
“My son, if God called you to be a missionary, your Father in Heaven would grieve to see you shrivel down into a king.”
—Dr. Charles Spurgeon.
“There’s a reason the rearview mirror is smaller than the windshield.”
—Dr. Tony Evans.
“Good men today who stand up for right, regardless of the cost, are maintaining, strengthening, and reestablishing all the good things good men did in the past.”
Finally, an ironclad rule for future success, happiness, safety, and contentment for individuals, families, cities, states, nations, the world:
“Trust in the Lord, and do good; so shalt thou dwell in the land, and verily thou shalt be fed” (Psalm 37:3).