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CHRISTIAN QUOTES ON Nature. Part of a large selection of Christian quotes and sayings in a variety of topics by famous people, authors, theologians, pastors, preachers, teachers, and other notable Christians.


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Men go abroad to wonder at the heights of mountains, at the huge waves of the sea, at the long courses of the rivers, at the vast compass of the ocean, at the circular motions of the stars, and they pass by themselves without wondering.

    Author: Augustine

Miracles are not contrary to nature, but only contrary to what we know about nature.

    Author: Augustine

What we call Man's power over Nature turns out to be a power exercised by some men over other men with Nature as its instrument.

    Author: C.S. Lewis

Try to exclude the possibility of suffering which the order of nature and the existence of free-wills involve, and you find that you have excluded life itself.

    Author: C.S. Lewis

What is outside the system of self-giving is no earth, nor nature, nor 'ordinary life', but simply and solely Hell. Yet even Hell derives from this law such reality as it has.

    Author: C.S. Lewis

Miracles do not, in fact, break the laws of nature.

    Author: C.S. Lewis

Man is but a reed, the most feeble thing in nature, but he is a thinking reed.

    Author: Blaise Pascal

Nature is an infinite sphere of which the center is everywhere and the circumference nowhere.

    Author: Blaise Pascal

The least movement is of importance to all nature. The entire ocean is affected by a pebble.

    Author: Blaise Pascal

If there be anything common to us by nature, it is the members of our corporeal frame; yet the apostle taught that these, guided by the spirit as its instruments, and obeying a holy will, become transfigured, so that, in his language, the body becomes a temple of the Holy Ghost, and the meanest faculties, the lowest appetites, the humblest organs are ennobled by the spirit mind which guides them.

    Author: Frederick W. Robertson

The truest definition of evil is that which represents it as something contrary to nature. Evil is evil because it is unnatural. A vine which should bear olive-berries - an eye to which blue seems yellow, would be diseased. An unnatural mother, an unnatural son, an unnatural act, are the strongest terms of condemnation.

    Author: Frederick W. Robertson

Our higher feelings move our animal nature; and our animal nature, irritated, may call back a semblance of those emotions; but the whole difference between nobleness and baseness lies in the question, whether the feeling begins from below or above.

    Author: Frederick W. Robertson

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