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  • T. shared from A History of the English-Speaking Peoples, Vol 2: The New World by Winston S. Churchill
    It was their part to open the flood-gates; and the stream, in spite of their well-meant efforts to check and confine it, has since rushed impetuously on, now destroying old landmarks, now fertilising new fields, but always bringing with it life and refreshment.
  • T. shared from Walking from East to West: God in the Shadows by Ravi Zacharias
    “Do you know what you are doing now?” I thought it was some kind of trick question. “Tell me,” I said. “You are building your memories,” he replied, “so make them good ones.”
    Note: You are building your memories, so make them good ones.
  • T. shared from Sparkly Green Earrings: Catching the Light at Every Turn by Melanie Shankle
    you alone are my portion and my cup;           you make my lot secure.      The boundary lines have fallen for me in pleasant places;           surely I have a delightful inheritance.      I will praise the LORD, who counsels me;           even at night my heart instructs me.      I keep my eyes always on the LORD.           With him at my right hand, I will not be shaken.
  • T. shared from Could You But Find It by Robert Cilley
    In the early days of prohibition, when the revenue agents found a moonshiner at his still, they would burst out of the woods, yelling. After a while, they noticed that if they yelled “Don’t move,” or “Don’t run,” the moonshiner would almost always run, but if they yelled “Freeze,” he wouldn’t. A startled, frightened man doesn’t know what to do, and doesn’t have time to make a plan. So, if he hears “move” or “run,” he is going to run. He hears the command, and ignores all the rest.
  • T. shared from Draw the Circle: The 40 Day Prayer Challenge by Mark Batterson
    to the infinite, all finites are the same.
  • T. shared from Draw the Circle: The 40 Day Prayer Challenge by Mark Batterson
    And what God loves more than anything else is childlike faith. It’s our childlike faith, not our theological vocabulary, that moves the heart of our heavenly Father. It’s simple childlike trust. It’s the bedrock belief that God is bigger than our problem, bigger than our mistake, bigger than our dream.
  • T. shared from Giants in the Marketplace, Davids in the Pew: How Any Christian Can Change the World by Rick Hubbell
    If you’re anything like me, after a while you realize that business-as-usual will just plod along mindlessly forever. So you need to eject the autopilot.
  • T. shared from Draw the Circle: The 40 Day Prayer Challenge by Mark Batterson
    Faith is what keeps those dreams alive, even when it seems as though they are dead and buried. But that is the very nature of seeds. They go underground. They disappear. And while it may seem like they are dead, they are not. They’re just germinating beneath the surface!
  • T. shared from Greater: Dream Bigger. Start Smaller. Ignite God's Vision for Your Life. by Steven Furtick
    You can’t expect God to entrust you with a big dream if He can’t trust you to make a small start.
  • T. shared from Jesus + Nothing = Everything by Tullian Tchividjian
    Gospel-driven change is rooted in remembrance. The way God grows us, develops us, and matures us is by reminding us of what he has already done for us in Christ.