Good and Evil Quotes Page 6 of 9
When you are right you cannot be too radical; when you are wrong, you cannot be too conservative.
Author: Martin Luther King, Jr. The mind of him that worketh ill is not always corrupt; but the mind of him that defendeth evil is ever corrupt. - Lancelot Andrewes
Author: Assorted Authors The power of choosing good and evil is within the reach of all.
Author: Origen Whatsoever is good; the same is also approved of God. - Richard Hooker
Author: Assorted Authors To return good for good is human; to return evil for evil is brutal; to return evil for good is diabolical; but to return good for evil is Divine. - Royard
Author: Assorted Authors Every year of my life I grow more convinced that it is wisest and best to fix our attention on the beautiful and the good, and dwell as little as possible on the evil and the false.
Author: Richard Cecil
Faith makes all evil good to us, and all good better; unbelief makes all good evil, and all evil worse. Faith laughs at the shaking of the spear; unbelief trembles at the shaking of a leaf, unbelief starves the soul; faith finds food in famine, and a table in the wilderness. In the greatest danger, faith says, "I have a great God." When outward strength is broken, faith rests on the promises. In the midst of sorrow, faith draws the sting out of every trouble, and takes out the bitterness from every affliction.
Author: Richard Cecil Your actions, in passing, pass not away, for every good work is a grain of seed for eternal life. - Bernard of Clairvaux
Author: Assorted Authors One improper word or act will neutralize the effect of many good ones; and one base deed, after years of noble service, will cover them all with shame.
Author: James H. Aughey Of two evils, the less is always to be chosen.
Author: Thomas a Kempis God's pleasure or displeasure is not founded upon the principle of good and evil. Rather, God traces the source of all things. An action may be quite correct, yet God inquires, what is its origin?
Author: Watchman Nee I wish thy lot, now bad, still worse, my friend, for when at worst, they say, things always mend.
Author: John Owen