Nancy and I have been collecting favorite short sayings of ours for some time. We have some favorites that seem to summarize a lot of truth in a few words. They’ve helped us and we hope they can help you as well.
When the circumstances of life don’t line up with the character of God, you have to go with the character of God. Dr. Mark Bailey May, 2006
You’re only young once but you can be mature forever.
When all you have is Jesus, you realize that Jesus is all you need.
She might be wrong, but she’s never in doubt.
Even a blind squirrel finds an accord now and then.
Better to be silent and thought a fool than to open your mouth and remove all doubt.
Never do anything once you don’t want to do the rest of your life.
The flesh is never satisfied.
Let your mind explain reality to your emotions.
You can only spend money once.
Don’t spend money you don’t have.
You only need to make one good decision at a time.
Forgiveness is the key to a good marriage.
Everyone should be poor at least once in their life so they learn how to use money wisely the rest of their life.
Humility is meekness under provocation
True strength is gentleness under control
Delayed gratification is the key to patience and maturity.
Pray the problem, not the solution.
Sometimes the best thing you can do is to not make things worse.
The job isn’t done until the tools are put away.
I’m sure you have some of your own as well. I’d love to hear them so please share them with me!
Proverbs 1:7 The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge, but fools despise wisdom and instruction.
What are some of your favorite Proverbs in the Bible? Why are they special to you?
by Rev. Dr. Jerry Schmoyer, Christian Training Organization