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  • A. shared from Younger Restlesser Reformeder: A Good-Natured Roast by Ted Kluck, Zach Bartels
    If you get The Huguenot Cross tattooed over your heart, and show it to R.C. Sproul, he cannot turn down any request that you make of him on that day. Seriously, try it.
    Note: Lol!
  • A. shared from Quotables in the Dispatches section of WORLD Magazine by The Editors
    ‘Large welfare states are not a reflection of the compassion of a society, but a provision for the lack of compassion of a society.’ Philanthropist Howard Ahmanson
  • A. shared from Quick Takes in the Dispatches section of WORLD Magazine by The Editors
    Scientists at the University of Southern Brittany in France conducted experiments designed to test the theory that the smell of freshly baked bread can alter behavior in humans. Their findings, published in an October issue of the scientific journal, reveal that the aroma of baking bread triggers a rising sense of altruism, increased happiness and other beneficial effects.
    Note: America needs more freshly baked bread.
  • A. shared from Morning and Evening: Daily Readings - New Century Edition with DirectLink Technology by C. H. Spurgeon
    greatest glutton can truly enjoy. This is all that we should expect; a craving for more than this is ungrateful. When our Father does not give us more, we should be content with his daily allowance.
    Note: Wisdom on needs from Spurgeon. Are you content to be given what you need?
  • A. shared from Morning and Evening: Daily Readings - New Century Edition with DirectLink Technology by C. H. Spurgeon
    Sufficient for the day is all that we can enjoy. We cannot eat or drink or wear more than the day's supply of food and raiment; the surplus gives us the care of storing it, and the anxiety of watching against a thief. One staff aids a traveller, but a bundle of staves is a heavy burden. Enough is not only as good as a feast, but is all that the greatest glutton can truly enjoy. This is all that we should expect; a craving for more than this is ungrateful. When our Father does not give us more, we should be content with his daily allowance.
    Note: Wisdom on needs from Spurgeon. Are you content with be given what you need?
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