A Moments Wisdom
–No man ever sank under the burden of the day. It is when tomorrow’s burden is added to the burden of today, that the weight is more than a man can bear.
–If there is one thing that pierces the Master’s heart with unutterable grief, it is not the iniquities of the worldly, but the indifference of the religious.
–Men often worry more about losing their hair than their tempers.
–Learn the crucial shopping discipline: to know the difference between what you want and what you need.
–Wise parents and good books enable one to succeed in faith and in life. They may be poor, but never too poor to buy books for their children. It is a mean sort of poverty that starves the mind to feed the body.
–To have religion without conviction is like having a watch that you can turn forward or backward as it pleases you.
–He who is ashamed to ask is ashamed to learn.
–He who sees a need and waits to be asked to help is nearly as unkind as if he had refused to help.
–Honesty is not only the best policy, it is rare enough today to make you conspicuous.
–For those who build houses, the owner should be an ornament to the house, not the house to the owner.
–The fiery zeal for God in your hearts will melt the lead in your feet.
–Satan is not afraid of a Bible with dust on it.
–There are no traffic jams on the straight and narrow way.
–A pessimist is one who is always blowing out the light to see how dark it is.
–Being bored or contented are simply two different viewpoints of the same thing