Words of Inspiration
In our Information
Age we have become like the old-fashioned Pez candy dispensers
continuing to dispense endless packages or portions of
information called sermons, hoping that these information
transactions produce life, comfort, inspiration, and even
Gary Goodell, Where Would Jesus Lead?
Have you ever
wondered why it is that so many writers, composers, artists and
other great men and women throughout history have used people,
themes and inspiration from the Bible for their work?
Margaret Weston, How Do I Know I Know God?
What we say
snares or captures our souls, either negatively or positively.
We want to be capturing our minds and emotions with true words,
uplifting words, saying true things, good things, about
ourselves as well as others.
Carolyn Molica, WINGS: A Journey in Faith from the Earthly to the Heavenly
on the One living inside of us and abiding in His Presence, we are
reminded that we can do nothing; it is all Him.
Chris Gore, A Practical Guide to Walking in Healing Power
To treat the
book of Genesis as anything other than the divinely inspired
Word of God is to fall into error.
James Paris, The Bible Brief: A
Compact Bible Summary & Bible Study Guidebook
When objectively examined, I failed to see how anyone could conclude the Bible was anything less than what it claimed to be – the divine inspired Word of God. Britt Gillette, Coming To Jesus: One Man's Search for Truth and Life Purpose
Jesus Christ later inspired James to qualify that the prayers that will have a high probability of being answered should relate to true needs and should be altruistic. Michael Caputo, Prayer--According to Jesus Christ