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I get amazed, I can't look at it but about 10 seconds, at these politicians dancing around this, dancing around this, I'm trying to find a correct name for it, this utter absolute, asinine, idiotic stupidity of men marrying men.

    Author: Jimmy Swaggart

God never approves sexual union outside of marriage.

    Author: Max Lucado

Vigilance in watching opportunity; tact and daring in seizing upon opportunity; force and persistence in crowding opportunity to its utmost of possible achievement -- these are the martial virtues which must command success.

    Author: Austin Phelps

Joy is love exalted; peace is love in repose; long-suffering is love enduring; gentleness is love in society; goodness is love in action; faith is love on the battlefield; meekness is love in school; and temperance is love in training.

    Author: D.L. Moody

Patience is the queen of virtues.

    Author: John Chrysostom

These then are the marks of the ideal Church - love, suffering, holiness, sound doctrine, genuineness, evangelism and humility. They are what Christ desires to find in His churches as He walks among them.

    Author: John Stott
    Source: Basic Introduction to the New Testament, Eerdmans, 1964, p. 163-164.

Do not fear the conflict, and do not flee from it; where there is no struggle, there is no virtue.

    Author: John of Kronstadt

Beauty without virtue is like a flower without fragrance.

    Author: Woodrow Kroll

God's purpose in promising to reward with heavenly and eternal honors the faithful service of His saints is to win them from the pursuit of earthly riches and pleasures, to sustain them in the fires of persecution, and to encourage them in the exercise of Christian virtues.

    Author: C.I. Scofield

We need to teach our kids that misconduct bears--or at least should bear--a cost. Our personal ethics should not be attached to who is affected by what we believe.

    Author: Jonathan Falwell

Even to earnest minds the difficulty of grasping the truth at all has always proved extreme. Philosophically, one scarcely sees either the necessity or the possibility of being born again. Why a virtuous man should not simply grow better and better until in his own right he enter the Kingdom of God is what thousands honestly and seriously fail to understand.

    Author: Henry Drummond
    Source: Natural Law, Bio-genesis, p. 80.

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