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The Heart Quotes

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It is much better to have your gold in the hand than in the heart.

    Author: Thomas Fuller

If it were not for hopes, the heart would break.

    Author: Thomas Fuller

None but God can satisfy the longings of the immortal soul; as the heart was made for him, he only can fill it.

    Author: Richard Chenevix Trench

To have God speak to the heart is a majestic experience, an experience that people may miss if they monopolize the conversation and never pause to hear God's responses.

    Author: Charles Stanley

The cure of an evil tongue must be done at the heart. The weights and wheels are there, and the clock strikes according to their motion. A guileful heart makes a guileful tongue and lips. It is the work-house where is the forge of deceits and slanders; and the tongue is only the outer shop where they are vended, and the door of it. Such ware as is made within, such, and no other, can come out.

    Author: Robert Leighton

My dear Jesus, my Savior, is so deeply written in my heart, that I feel confident, that if my heart were to be cut open and chopped to pieces, the name of Jesus would be found written on every piece.
- Ignatius of Antioch

    Author: Assorted Authors

Hot heads and cold hearts never solved anything.

    Author: Billy Graham

Since He looked upon me, my heart is not my own. He hath run away to heaven with it.

    Author: Samuel Rutherford

Hope is the last lingering light of the human heart. It shines when every other is put out. Extinguish it, and the gloom of affliction becomes the very blackness of darkness - cheerless and impenetrable.

    Author: James H. Aughey

Open your heart to sympathy, but close it against despondency. The flower which opens to receive the dew shuts against the rain.

    Author: James H. Aughey

Sweet shall be your rest if your heart does not reproach you.

    Author: Thomas a Kempis

If thou hadst simplicity and purity, thou wouldst be able to comprehend all things without error, and behold them without danger. The pure heart safely pervades not only heaven, but hell.

    Author: Thomas a Kempis

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