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: 1. Is the ability to sit back and wait for an expected outcome without experiencing anxiety, tension, or frustration. 2. Is the ability le...
Contributor: SermonCentral
Category: Quotes
Scripture: none
Tags: Peace
Shared: 2/11/2003
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Ortberg notes this about the inability to love: 1. The most serious sign of hurry sickness is a diminished capacity to love. Love and hurry are funda...
Contributor: SermonCentral
Category: Quotes
Scripture: none
Shared: 3/26/2004
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Most conversations are simply monologues delivered in the presence of a witness. Margaret Millar. ...
Contributor: SermonCentral
Category: Quotes
Scripture: none
Shared: 10/18/2000
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Compromise is the art of giving your opponent that which he is not powerful enough to take....
Contributor: Harlon Carter
Category: Quotes
Shared: 4/12/2007
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In his book The Youth Builder, Jim Burns talks about the importance of building up young people with affirmation and trust. What he says about critici...
Contributor: SermonCentral
Category: Quotes
Scripture: Ephesians 4:29
Shared: 10/1/2001
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Psychologist Albert Mehrabian said, 7% of the impact of a speaker’s message comes through his words, 38% springs from his name, 55% from facial expres...
Contributor: SermonCentral
Category: Quotes
Scripture: none
Shared: 6/10/2001
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Adlai Stevenson once said, “Man does not live by words alone, despite the fact that sometimes he has to eat them.” ...
Contributor: SermonCentral
Category: Quotes
Scripture: none
Shared: 11/29/2002
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“A CHRISTIAN HOME” O GIVE US HOMES BUILT FIRM UPON THE SAVIOR, WHERE CHRIST IS HEAD AND COUNSELLOR AND GUIDE; WHERE EVERY CHILD IS TAUGHT HIS LOV...
Contributor: SermonCentral
Category: Quotes
Scripture: none
Tags: Parenting
Shared: 7/8/2002
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"Wonder is the attitude of reverence for the infinite values and meaning of life, and of marveling over Gods purpose and patience in it all."...
Contributor: George W. Fiske
Category: Quotes
Scripture: Isaiah 6:1-6:4
Tags: Wonder
Shared: 4/12/2007
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"I can live for two months on a good compliment." - Mark Twain...
Contributor: SermonCentral
Category: Quotes
Scripture: none
Shared: 4/1/2001
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