Quotes Of Life
God can heal a broken heart,
but He has to have all the pieces.
God plus one is always a majority.
Jesus is a friend who knows all your faults
but loves you anyway.
The best way to get the last word is to apologize.
Contentment isn't getting what we want
but being satisfied with what we have.
You can win more friends with your ears
than with your mouth.
Two things are hard on the heart -
running up stairs and running down people.
Humor is to life
what shock absorbers are to automobiles.
Kindness is the oil that takes
the friction out of life.
The heart is the happiest
when it beats for others.
The smallest deed is better
than the greatest intention.
A pint of example is worth
a barrel full of advice.
Beware lest your footprints on the sand of time
leave only the marks of a heel.
The trouble with stretching the truth is
it's apt to snap back.
Birthdays are good for you.
Statistics show that the people who have the most,
live the longest.
Honesty is the first chapter of
the book of wisdom.
A lot of people mistake a short memory
for a clear conscience.
When you flee temptation,
don't leave a forwarding address.
Laughter is a tranquilizer
with no side effects.
Whether you think you can or think you can't,
You are never so high as when you are on your
Give your troubles to God,
He will be up all night anyway.
Worry is like a rocking chair.
It gives you something to do
but doesn't get you anywhere.
Daily prayers will diminish your cares.
A house is made of walls and beams;
a home is made of love and dreams.
You cannot do a kindness too soon,
because you never know how soon it will be too late.
In trying times,
don't quit trying.
The grass may be greener on the other side,
but it still has to be mowed.
Some people complain because God put thorns on
while others praise Him for putting roses among
If you don't stand for something,
you'll fall for anything.
It is good to remember that the tea kettle,
although up to its neck in hot water,
continues to sing.
Sorrow looks back,
worry looks around,
faith looks up.
Sometimes we are so busy adding up our troubles
that we forget to count our blessings.