Rod Parsley Quotes
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Rodney Lee Parsley, an American televangelist, is senior pastor of World Harvest Church, a Pentecostal megachurch in Columbus, Ohio and founder and president of The Center for Moral Clarity. He is also founder of Breakthrough Media Ministries, Bridge of Hope Missions, Valor Christian College, Harvest Preparatory School, World Harvest Ministerial Alliance, Metro Harvest Church, Latin Harvest Church, Reformation Ohio and The Women's Clinic of Columbus.
Parsley is an author of several books, including Silent No More, which was released in April 2005 by Charisma House. The book encourages Christians to participate in the political process, and especially to make sure their votes reflect their values. Concerning poverty, Parsley writes that government should "get out of the way", removing many constraints on capitalism.
The sequel, Culturally Incorrect: How Clashing Worldviews Affect Your Future, was published in June 2007 and soon appeared on the industry's best-seller lists.
| There's more on the other side of what you cannot plan than there is on the side you can proceed to plan.|
| We hope to stand in the middle and look at left and the right and say that we believe the only way to get it consistently right is based on what we believe are biblical, Christian ethics.|
| There is always death at the end of your plan and life at the end of God's plan.|
| Do you have a prayer that needs answered - then forgive.|
| I will rail against the idea that the God of Christianity and the god of Islam are the same being.|
| Something greater than me lives on the inside of me.|
Topics: Holy Spirit
| When you're really filled with the Holy Ghost it is impossible for those around you not to know it.|
Topics: Holy Spirit
| God loves to hear your singing - so sing.|
| Realizing that they can't get their agenda across: against religious liberty, against a culture of life, they can't get those issues across through the legislature, as people respond and their elected officials represent them, so they attempt to do it through the courts. |
| The left has chosen the courts as a major battlefield over social issues.|
| It was the courts, of course, that took away prayer from our schools, that took away Bible reading from our schools. It's the courts that gave us same-sex marriage. So it is quite a battlefield, and the Supreme Court is the highest court in the land. |
| And when you can't do nothing else - pray.|