Quotations That Should Give You Some Food For Thought...
"What has been is what will be, and what has been done is what will be done;
and there is nothing new under the sun."
Ecclesiastes 1:9 

       "Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely."
       Lord Acton (1834 - 1902)

Quotations from Ronald Reagan:
      "Socialism only works in two places: Heaven where they don't need it and
      hell where they already have it." -Ronald Reagan

      "Here's my strategy on the Cold War: We win, they lose." - Ronald Reagan

      "The most terrifying words in the English language are: I'm from the
      government and I'm here to help."-Ronald Reagan

      "The trouble with our liberal friends is not that they're ignorant; it's
      just that they know so much that isn't so." -Ronald Reagan

      "Of the four wars in my lifetime, none came about because the U.S.
      was too strong."- Ronald Reagan

      "I have wondered at times about what the Ten Commandments would have
      looked like if Moses had run them through the U.S. Congress." -Ronald Reagan

     "The taxpayer: That's someone who works for the federal government but
      doesn't have to take the civil service examination."- Ronald Reagan

     "Government is like a baby: An alimentary canal with a big appetite at one
      end and no sense of responsibility at the other."- Ronald Reagan

     "The nearest thing to eternal life we will ever see on this earth is a
      government program." - Ronald Reagan

     "It has been said that politics is the second oldest profession. I have
      learned that it bears a striking resemblance to the first."- Ronald Reagan

     "Government's view of the economy could be summed up in a few short phrases:
      If it moves, tax it. If it keeps moving, regulate it. And if it stops moving,
      subsidize it" - Ronald Reagan

     "Politics is not a bad profession. If you succeed, there are many rewards;
      if you disgrace yourself, you can always write a book."- Ronald Reagan

     "No arsenal, or no weapon in the arsenals of the world, is as formidable as
      the will and moral courage of free men and women."- Ronald Reagan

     "If we ever forget that we're one nation under GOD, then we will be a nation
      gone under."-Ronald Reagan

      Margaret Thatcher: "The trouble with Socialism is, sooner or later you run
       out of other people's money."

      "When you subsidize poverty and failure, you get more of both." 
      ...James Dale Davidson, National Taxpayers Union

      "The more corrupt the state, the more it legislates."
        - Tacitus

      "A Liberal is a person who will give away everything he doesn't own."
        - Unknown

Quotations by Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen:
       Men are driven by the love of pleasure and women are driven by the pleasure
        of love. 

       The world is rapidly being divided into two camps, the comradeship of
       anti-Christ and the brotherhood of Christ. The lines between these two
       are being drawn. How long the battle will be we know not; whether swords
       will have to be unsheathed we know not; whether blood will have to be
       shed we know not; whether it will be an armed conflict we know not. But
       in a conflict between truth and darkness, truth cannot lose.

       Sex divorced from love, instead of raising man by taking him away from himself,
       drags him down to the hall of mirrors where he is always confronted with self.
       Sex does not care about the person, but about the act. The fig leaf which once was
       put over the secret parts of man and woman in sculpture is now put over the face.
      The person does not matter. ~ Archbishop Fulton John Sheen, Those Mysterious Priests, 1974
      To a great extent the level of any civilization is the level of its
      womanhood. When a man loves a woman, he has to become worthy of her.
      The higher her virtue, the more her character, the more devoted she is
      to truth, justice, goodness, the more a man has to aspire to be worthy
      of her. The history of civilization could actually be written in terms
      of the level of its women. ~Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen

      Who is going to save our Church? Not our Bishops, not our priests
      and religious. It is up to the people. You have the minds, the eyes,
      the ears to save the Church. Your mission is to see that your
      priests act like priests, your bishops like bishops and your
      religious act like religious. ~Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen

      Pride is an admission of weakness; it secretly fears all
      competition and dreads all rivals.... Fulton John Sheen

      Life is like a cash register, in that every account, every thought,
      every deed, like every sale, is registered and recorded.
      Fulton John Sheen

      The big print giveth, and the fine print taketh away.
      Fulton J. Sheen
      Two glasses that are empty cannot fill each other up. There must be a fountain 
      of water outside the glasses in order that they may have communion with each 
      other. It takes three to make love. ~ Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen

Quotations by G.K.Chesterton:
      Several times in history the Church seemed to be done and destroyed. But
      it is still here. It has survived its own death, because
      it had a God who knew his way out of the grave.

      The reformer is always right about what is wrong.
      He is generally wrong about what is right.

      The next great heresy is going to be simply an attack on morality, and
      especially on sexual morality.  And the madness of tomorrow will come
      not from Moscow but from Manhattan...G.K. Chesterton

      A dead thing can go with the stream, but only a living thing can go against it.

      Wit is a sword; it is meant to make people feel the point as well as see it.

      Those who call these cults "religions," and "compare" them with the certitude
       and challenge of the Church have much less appreciation than we have of what
       made heathenism human, or of why classic literature is still something that
       hangs in the air like a song. It is no very human tenderness for the hungry
       to prove that hunger is the same as food. It is no very genial understanding
       of youth to argue that hope destroys the need for happiness. And it is utterly
       unreal to argue that these images in the mind, admired entirely in the
       abstract, were even in the same world with a living man and a living polity
       that were worshipped because they were concrete... They are only different
       because one is real and the other is not. I do not mean merely that I myself
       believe that one is true and the other is not. I mean that one was never meant
       to be true in the same sense as the other...Gilbert K Chesterton (1874-1936),
       The Everlasting Man.

       If there were no GOD, there would be no atheists.
      G.K Chesterton

       Live in the world as if only God and your soul were in it;
       then your heart will never be made captive by any earthly thing.
       ... St. John of the Cross (1542-1591), from "Spiritual Maxims".

       Faith is to the soul what life is to the body. Prayer is to faith what
       breath is to the body. How a person can live and not breathe is past my
       comprehension, and how a person can believe and not pray is past my
       comprehension too... J. C. Ryle (1816-1900)

      The life of the early Church lay in constant intercommunication between all
      its parts; its health and growth were dependent on the free circulation of
      the life-blood of common thought and feeling. Hence it was first firmly
      seated on the great lines of communication across the empire, leading
      from its origin in Jerusalem to its imperial center in Rome. It had already
      struck root in Rome within little more than twenty years after the
      Crucifixion, and it had become really strong in the great city about thirty
      years after the Apostles began to look round and out from Jerusalem. This
      marvelous development was possible only because the seed of the new thought
      floated free on the main currents of communication, which were ever
      sweeping back and forward between the heart of the empire and its outlying
      members. Paul, who mainly directed the great movement, threw himself boldly
      and confidently into the life of the time; he took the empire as it was,
      accepted its political conformation and arrangement, and sought only to
      touch the spiritual and moral life of the people.
      ...Sir William M. Ramsay (1851-1939)

      If your every human plan and calculation has miscarried, if, one by one,
      human props have been knocked out, and doors have shut in your face, take
      heart. God is trying to get a message through to you, and the message is:
      "Stop depending on inadequate human resources. Let me handle the matter."
      ... Catherine Marshall (1914-1983)

      Lazarus is permitted to see what he believed, but the rich man is
      compelled to see what he did not believe. Helmut Thielecke 1908-1986

      We shall never learn to know ourselves except by endeavoring to know
      God, for, beholding His greatness, we realize our own littleness;
      His purity shows us our foulness; and by meditating upon His humility
      we find how very far we are from being humble.
      ...Teresa of Avila (1515-1582), The Interior Castle [1577]

     The believer in God has to account for the existence of unjust suffering;
      the atheist has to account for the existence of everything else.
      ...Rabbi Milton Steinberg

Subject: Evolution vs Creation...
      Recently my son and I were talking about the origins of humankind. He
      said that he was offended by the belief that man had descended from the
      ape family, and was adamant that we all came from Adam and Eve. I on the
      other hand believe Darwin's theory to be a more reasonable explanation
      of our evolution, and think it is ridiculous to continue teaching
      children the creation myth. As this discussion can go round in circles
      are you able to shed some light on this age old topic?
      An elderly rabbi was once on an airplane to Israel sitting next to a
      self-professed atheist. They were amicably chatting the whole trip.
      Every now and then, the rabbi's grandchild, sitting in another row,
      would come over to him, bringing him a drink, or asking if he could get
      anything to make him more comfortable. After this happened several times,
      the atheist sighed, "I wish my grandchildren would treat me with such
      respect. They hardly even say hello to me. What's your secret?"
      The rabbi replied, "Think about it. To my grandchildren, I am two
      generations closer to Adam and Eve, the people made by the hand of G-d.
      So they look up to me. But according to the philosophy which you teach
      your grandchildren, you are two generations closer to being an ape. So
      why should they look up to you?"
      Beliefs have consequences. Why do you think children today lack respect
      and are unable to honour their elders? Why is tradition looked down upon,
      and the values of the past all but forgotten? Is it not a natural
      consequence of modern education? If we teach our children that they are
      merely advanced animals, then they will act that way. And they will treat
      their parents and teachers like the obsolete versions of humanity that
      they are. We have to be aware of the affects of our beliefs. If we believe
      that humans came about by accident, then life has no meaning. There can be
      no meaning to something that happens by chance. A random explosion or
      mutation cannot give us purpose. My life, your life and all human history
      has no real significance whatsoever. Whether I live a good life or one
      full of evil makes no difference. It is all a big accident anyway.
      We only have purpose if we were created on purpose. Our lives only have
      meaning if we were created by a meaningful being. If we teach our children
      that they were created on purpose with a purpose, then they will know that
      more is expected from them than from an animal. The Adam and Eve story
      needs to be taught, not just because it is true, but because it is the
      basis of morality. Both creationism and Darwinism require faith. To accept
      that G-d created man and woman requires faith. To accept that a
      single-celled organism spontaneously mutated billions of times to form the
      human being also requires faith. But only one of these beliefs demands that
      we live a moral life. That's the one I want my kids to know about.
      Good Shabbos, Rabbi Moss

      "Man will occasionally stumble over the truth, but most of the time he
       will pick himself up and hurry off as if nothing had happened."
       ...Sir Winston Churchill

      "At the resurrection the substance of our bodies, however
       disintegrated, will be united. We must not fear that the
       omnipotence of God cannot recall all the particles that have
       been consumed by fire or by beast, or dissolved into dust and
       ashes, or decomposed into water, or evaporated into air.
       ...St. Augustine of Hippo (354-430), The City of God.

      "Pride is an admission of weakness; it secretly fears all
      competition and dreads all rivals." Fulton John Sheen
      "Life is like a cash register, in that every account, every thought,
      every deed, like every sale, is registered and recorded."
      Fulton John Sheen
      "The big print giveth, and the fine print taketh away."
      Fulton J. Sheen

      It is not possible ever to exhaust the mind of the Scriptures.
      It is a well that has no bottom.... St. John Chrysostom (345?-407)

      This seems a cheerful world, Donatus, when I view it from this fair
      garden, under the shadow of these vines. But if I climbed some great
      mountain and looked out over the wide lands, you know very well what
      I would see--brigands on the high roads, pirates on the seas; in the
      amphitheaters men murdered to please applauding crowds; under all
      roofs misery and selfishness. It is really a bad world, Donatus, an
      incredibly bad world. Yet in the midst of it I have found a quiet and
      holy people. They have discovered a joy which is a thousand times
      better than any pleasures of this sinful life. They are despised and
      persecuted, but they care not. They have overcome the world. These
      people, Donatus, are the Christians--and I am one of them.
      ...St. Cyprian (?-258)

      The modern translator must be a close student, not only of Greek,
      but of the art of English translation... In every sentence he must recognize
      a new problem, for it must be rendered not only for itself but in such a way
      that its relation to the context is maintained. The best translation is one that
      makes the reader forget that it is a translation at all.
       ... Edgar J. Goodspeed (1871-1962)

Quotations from Thomas Jefferson:
      When we get piled upon one another in large cities, as in Europe, we shall become
      as corrupt as Europe. 

      The democracy will cease to exist when you take away from those who are willing
      to work and give to those who would not. 

      It is incumbent on every generation to pay its own debts as it goes. 
      A principle which if acted on would save one-half the wars of the world. 

      I predict future happiness for Americans if they can prevent the government from wasting
      the labors of the people under the pretense of taking care of them.

      My reading of history convinces me that most bad government results from too
      much government.

      No free man shall ever be debarred the use of arms. 

      The strongest reason for the people to retain the right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort, 
      to protect themselves against tyranny in government. 

      The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants.

      To compel a man to subsidize with his taxes the propagation of ideas which he disbelieves and abhors
       is sinful and tyrannical. 

      Salt, when dissolved in water, may disappear, but it does not cease
      to exist. We can be sure of its presence by tasting the water.
      Likewise, the indwelling Christ, though unseen, will be made evident
      to others from the love which he imparts to us.
      ... Sadhu Sundar Singh (1889-1929)

      Prayer enlarges the heart until it is capable of containing
      God's gift of himself.... Mother Teresa (1910-1997)

      The seven works of bodily mercy be these: feed the hungry,
      give drink to the thirsty, clothe the naked and the needy,
      harbor the houseless, comfort the sick, visit prisoners, bury
      the dead. The seven works of spiritual mercy be these: teach
      men the truth, counsel men to hold with Christ's law, chastise
      sinners by moderate reproving in charity, comfort sorrowful
      men by Christ's passion, forgive wrongs, suffer meekly
      reproofs for the right of God's law, pray heartily for friend
      and for foe. ... Middle English Sermons [1940]

      No one is safe by his own strength, but he is safe by the
      grace and mercy of God.... St. Cyprian (?-258)

      If Jesus Christ be God and died for me, then no sacrifice can be
      too great for me to make for Him.... C. T. Studd (1860-1931)

      Where there is fear of God to keep the house, the enemy
      can find no way to enter... St. Francis of Assisi (1182-1226)

      Resolved, never to do anything which I should be afraid to do if
      it were the last hour of my life....Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758)

      The trouble with nearly everybody who prays is that he says
      "Amen" and runs away before God has a chance to reply.
      Listening to God is far more important than giving Him your
      ideas... Frank Laubach (1884-1970)

      Our body has this defect that, the more it is provided
      care and comforts, the more needs and desires it finds.
      ... Saint Teresa of Avila (1515-1582)

      Worry looks around, Sorry looks back, Faith looks up.

      This nation is getting what it asks for, and much more than it imagines.

      All who call on God in true faith, earnestly from the
      heart, will certainly be heard, and will receive what they
      have asked and desired, although not in the hour or in the
      measure, or the very thing which they ask; yet they will
      obtain something greater and more glorious than they had dared
      to ask... Martin Luther (1483-1546)

      And the truth is passed on by the small fervent band of the few.
      Not by the many but by dauntless, resolute, dedicated few.
      ...John Henry Cardinal Newman

       If we see a speck in a brother's eye, we must first see if there is a log
       in our own eye; perhaps that speck in our brother's eye is only a
       reflection of the beam in our own.... David Watson

       If you're not a thorn in somebody's side, you aren't doing
       Christianity right...Mother Angelica

       Let any man turn to God in earnest, let him begin to exercise himself
       unto godliness, let him seek to develop his powers of spiritual
       receptivity by trust and obedience and humility, and the results will
       exceed anything he may have hoped in his leaner and weaker days.
       A. W. Tozer (1897-1963), The Pursuit of God [1948]

      The Will of God will never take you where the Grace of God will not
      protect you....Unknown

      It seems St. Peter, guardian of the heavenly gates, had a complaint
      for God: "Somebody's been letting people in through the back door."
      "Well, stop it," God says.
      "Can't," says St. Peter. "It's your mother doing it."

      Invisible in His own nature [God] became visible in ours.
      Beyond our grasp, He chose to come within our grasp.
      ... Leo the Great (390?-46

      Aspire to inspire before you expire....Unknown

      Blessed are those who can give without remembering and take without

       The end of all my labors has come. All that I have written
       appears to me as much straw after the things that have been
       revealed to me... Thomas Aquinas (1225?-1274)

       The love I bear Christ is but a faint and feeble spark,
       but it is an emanation from himself: He kindled it and he
       keeps it alive; and because it is his work, I trust many
        waters shall not quench it.
        ... John Newton (1725-1807), in a letter [1776]

       The Bible contains:
       The mind of God, the state of man, the way of salvation, the doom of
       sinners, and the happiness of believers. Its doctrines are holy, its
       precepts are binding, its histories are true, and its decisions are
       immutable. Read it to be wise, believe it to be safe, and practice
       it to be holy. It contains light to direct you, food to support you,
       and comfort to cheer you. It is the traveler's map, the pilgrim's
       staff, the pilot's compass, the soldier's sword, and the Christian's
       charter. It's where paradise is restored, Heaven opened, and the
       gates of hell disclosed. Christ is its grand subject, our good its
       design, and the glory of God its end. It should fill the memory,
       rule the heart, and guide the feet. Read it slowly, frequently, and
       prayerfully. It is a mine of wealth, a paradise of glory, and a river
       of pleasure. It is given to you in life, will be open at judgment,
       and be remembered forever. It involves the highest responsibility,
       rewards the greatest labor, and condemns all who trifle with its holy
       contents.... Author Unknown

       Flight 1549 crashed into the Hudson River during the 3 o'clock hour
       (at about 3:30 pm), which Christ told St. Faustina is "the hour of
       great mercy." It was during this hour that His heart was pierced by a
       lance, and blood and water gushed forth as a fountain of mercy for
       the world. "In this hour," He told her, "I will refuse nothing to the
       soul that makes a request of Me in virtue of My Passion."
       Diary of Saint Faustina, #1182, 1320.

       God the Father is the giver of Holy Scripture; God the Son is the
       theme of Holy Scripture; and God the Spirit is the author,
       authenticator, and interpreter of Holy Scripture... J.I. Packer b.1926

       A man who is well-grounded in the testimonies of the Scripture is the
       bulwark of the Church... St. Jerome (340?-420)

       There is no situation so chaotic that God cannot from that situation
       create something that is surpassingly good. He did it at the creation.
       He did it at the cross. He is doing it today.
       Bishop Handley Moule (1841-1920)

       There are only two kinds of men: the righteous, who believe themselves
       sinners; the rest, sinners who believe themselves righteous.
       Blaise Pascal (1623-1662), Pensees [1660]

      You Can't repeat something that never ends.....Unknown

      The Kingdom of Heaven is on earth because the Church is in Heaven.

       Jesus hath many lovers of His heavenly Kingdom, but few bearers of His
       Cross. He hath many desirous of consolation, but few of tribulation.
       Many love Jesus so long as no adversities befall them.
       Thomas a Kempis (1380-1471), The Imitation of Christ, II.xi. [1418]

       Liberalism: A mental disorder wherein the illogical becomes completely
       logical, with no lasting effect on the conscience....Unknown

       It is not that we keep His commandments first, and that then He
       loves; but that He loves us, and then we keep His commandments.
       This is that grace, which is revealed to the humble, but hidden from
       the proud.... St. Augustine (354-430), Lectures or Tractates on the
       Gospel according to St. John, lxxxii.3

       Make sure that you let God's grace work in your souls by accepting
       whatever He gives you, and giving Him whatever He takes from you.
       True holiness consists in doing God's work with a smile.
       ...Mother Teresa of Calcutta (1910-1997)

       One way to recollect the mind easily in the time of prayer, and
       preserve it more in tranquility, is not to let it wander too far
       at other times. You should keep it strictly in the Presence of
       God; and, being accustomed to think of Him often, you will find
       it easy to keep your mind calm in the time of prayer, or at least
       to recall it from its wanderings...Brother Lawrence (c.1605-1691),
       Practice of the Presence of God, New York, Revell, 1900, p 35-36

       Wherever we turn in the church of God, there is Jesus. He is the
       beginning, middle, and end of everything to us. There is nothing
       good, nothing holy, nothing beautiful, nothing joyous, which He
       is not to His servants. No one need be poor, because, if he
       chooses, he can have Jesus for his own property and possession.
       No one need be downcast, for Jesus is the joy of heaven, and it is
       His joy to enter into sorrowful hearts. We can exaggerate about
       many things; but we can never exaggerate our obligation to Jesus,
       or the compassionate abundance of the love of Jesus to us. All our
       lives long we might talk of Jesus, and yet we should never come to
       an end of the sweet things that night be said of Him. Eternity
       will not be long enough to learn all He is, or to praise Him for
       all He has done--but then, that matters not; for we shall be
       always with Him, and we desire nothing more.
       Frederick W. Faber (1814-1863), All for Jesus, London:

      We all want progress, but if you’re on the wrong road, progress means
      doing an about-turn and walking back to the right road; in that case,
      the man who turns back soonest is the most progressive...C.S. Lewis

      Feelings are a response to reality—not reality itself. ~ Fr. Vincent Serpa

Quotations from Pope John Paul II:
       In God's eternal plan, woman is the one in whom the order of love in
      the created world of persons takes first root. ~Pope John Paul II

      Only the chaste man and the chaste woman are capable of true love.
      ....Pope John Paul II

Quotations from Pope Benedict XVI:
       Who today can fail to recognize the need to make more room for the
      "reasons of the heart"? In a world like ours, dominated by technology,
      we feel the need for this feminine complementarity, so that the human
      race can live in the world without completely losing its humanity...
      It is almost always women who manage to preserve human dignity, to
      defend the family and to protect cultural and religious values.
      ....Pope Benedict XVI

      From my ten years' experience I can unhesitatingly say that the Cross
      bears those who bear the Cross... Sadhu Sundar Singh (1889-1929)

      Many people seek a sympathetic ear and do not find it among Christians,
      because these Christians are talking where they should be listening.
      But he who can no longer listen to one another will soon no longer be
      listening to God either; they will always be talking even in the
      presence of God. This is the beginning of the death of the spiritual
      life, and in the end there will be nothing left but spiritual chatter
      and clerical condescension arrayed in pious words, never really
      speaking to others... Dietrich Bonhoeffer (1906-1945).

      One might think that with the Bible as the center of Christianity, the
      unity of Christians could be easily realized. Unfortunately this has
      not proved true, though we can consider it fortunate that, as this
      inability to unify proves, the letter of the Bible cannot really
      replace the living Christ as the center of our faith. The Bible is the
      expression of the life and work of God, and since "life" is greater
      than its manifestation, it cannot be expressed completely in any
      logical or theological form. Therefore, the Bible itself cannot escape
      being understood in many different ways. Thus we see how in the wisdom
      of God it is impossible in practice to make the Scriptures the end or
      final authority in themselves, for they only express God's authority
      to those who live in fellowship with the Spirit.
      Kokichi Kurosaki (1886-1970), One Body in Christ, Kobe,
      Japan: Eternal Life Press, 1954, ch. 3

      In vain does any man pretend that he will be a martyr for his religion,
      when he will not rule an appetite, nor restrain a lust, nor subdue a
      passion, nor cross his covetousness and ambition, for the sake of it,
      and in hope of that eternal life which God that cannot lie hath
      promised. He that refuseth to do the less is not like to do the
      greater. It is very improbable that a man will die for his religion,
      when he cannot be persuaded to live according to it. He that cannot
      take up a resolution to live a saint, hath a demonstration within
      himself, that he is never like to die a martyr.
      John Tillotson (1630-1694)

      If I should meet you, and you forget me, you have lost nothing, but
      if you meet Jesus and forget Him, you have LOST EVERYTHING.

      Every action of our lives touches on some chord that will
      vibrate in eternity.... Edwin Hubbel Chapin (1814-1880)

      When we are troubled with temptation and evil thoughts, then we see
      clearly the great need we have of God, since without him we can do
      nothing good... No one is so good that he is immune to temptation;
      we will never [in this life] be entirely free of it.
      ....Thomas a Kempis (1380-1471), Of the Imitation of Christ.

      Bibles read without prayer; sermons heard without prayer;
      marriages contracted without prayer; journeys undertaken
      without prayer; residences chosen without prayer; friendships
      formed without prayer; the daily act of prayer itself hurried
      over, or gone through without heart: these are the kind of
      downward steps by which many a Christian descends to a
      condition of spiritual palsy, or reaches the point where God
      allows them to have a tremendous fall.
      ....J. C. Ryle (1816-1900), A Call to Prayer

      When Christ reveals Himself there is satisfaction in the
      slenderest portion, and without Christ there is emptiness in
      the greatest fulness.
      ....Alexander Grosse (1595/6-1654)

      God wants us to know that when we have Him we have everything.
      ....A. W. Tozer (1897-1963) 

      "It is better that scandals arise than the truth be suppressed."
      – Pope St. Gregory the Great

Note! If anyone can supply the names of the unknown authors that I have referenced in this page,
I will be happy to add the names to their quotes. Please show the origin of the quote.

Compiled by Bob Stanley, March 23, 2010

"Have I then become your enemy, because I told you the truth?"
Galatians 4:16

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