Thought Provokers for Sunday, Nov. 20, 2016

remember-me-in-your-kingdom

If a person says with Pascal, “Lord, I give You everything,”
and in a tone that really commits him,
his friends can expect or fear anything from him
save that he will turn his life into a farce.

Francois Mauriac, God and Mammon

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If I could give you information of my life,
it would be to show how a woman of very ordinary ability
has been led by God in strange and unaccustomed paths
to do in His service what He has done in her.
And if I could tell you all, you would see how God has done all,
and I nothing.
I have worked hard, very hard — that is all,
and I have never refused God anything.

Florence Nightingale,
founder of the Red Cross and the nursing profession

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Let our aim be to please our dear Lord perfectly in little things,
and to attain a spirit of childlike simplicity and dependence.

Jean Nicolas Grou

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Really to pray
is to stand to attention in the presence of the King
and to be prepared to take orders from Him.

Donald Coggan

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I go out to preach with two propositions in mind.
First, every person ought to give his life to Christ.
Second, whether or not anyone else gives him his life,
I will give him mine.

Jonathan Edwards

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About Daniel Mochamps

Church Planter, Anglican Diocese in New England (Anglican Church in North America).
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