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If we could look into each other’s hearts and understand the unique challenges each of us faces, I think we would treat each other much more gently, with more love, patience, tolerance, and care.
Be the one who nurtures and builds. Be the one who has an understanding and a forgiving heart one who looks for the best in people. Leave people better than you found them.
Greatness is best measured by how well an individual responds to the happenings in life that appear to be totally unfair, unreasonable, and undeserved.
The best and most clear indicator that we are progressing spiritually and coming unto Christ is the way we treat other people.
Victories in life come through our ability to work around and over the obstacles that cross our path. We grow stronger as we climb our own mountains.
How damaging is a habit that permits faultfinding, character assassination, and the sharing of malicious rumors! Gossip and caustic comments often create chains of contention.
Do not doubt your abilities. Do not delay your worthy impressions. With God's help, you cannot fail. He will give you the courage to participate in meaningful change and purposeful living.
The difference between those who are committed and those who are not is the difference between the words want and will.
Tact is rubbing out another's mistakes, not rubbing them in.
Being on time to appointments and meetings is a phase of self-discipline and an evidence of self-respect. Punctuality is a courteous compliment the intelligent person pays to his associates.
Worthiness is a process, and perfection is an eternal trek. We can be worthy to enjoy certain privileges without being perfect.
You owe it to yourself to keep fit. No matter how busy or how involved you are, you should have some type of physical program to keep the body in tune.
Set your goals-without goals you cannot measure your progress. But don’t become frustrated because there are no obvious victories. Remind yourself that striving can be more important than arriving.
A man must rise by his own efforts and walk by faith.
The direction in which we are moving is more important than where we are at the moment. Goal setting should cause us to stretch as we make our way.
Being of good cheer makes it possible for us to turn all of our sunsets into sunrises.
Leave people better than you found them.
It is a happy day when we come to know that with God's help, nothing is impossible for us.
Everything is given by God. All talent, creativity, ability, insight, and strength comes from him. In our own strength we can do nothing.
Some of us are inclined to look to the weaknesses and shortcomings of others in order to expand our own comfort zone.
Sometimes when family members least deserve love, they need it the most.
We need to remove unworthy from our vocabulary and replace it with hope and work.
Blessed is he or she who avoids being offended.
Give no time to finding fault of criticism.
Wise is the man who says what needs to be said, but not all that could be said.
Peace is a blessing that comes to those who trust in God. It is established through individual righteousness. True personal peace comes about through eternal vigilance and constant righteous efforts.
It is not so important whether a young man has been through the experience of a mission as it is whether the mission experience has been through him.
We should teach, particularly ourselves, that nobody is a nobody. We are someone, and with God's help we can accomplish all things.
Adversity will surface in every life. How we meet it makes the difference.
True happiness is not made in getting something. True happiness is becoming something. This can be done by being committed to lofty goals. We cannot become something without commitment.
Where you have been is not nearly as important as where you are and where you're going.
Love should be a vehicle allowed to travel without limitations.
True love is a process. True love requires personal action.
Resentment and anger are not good for the soul. They are foul things.
Adaptability cushions the impact of change or disappointment.
Once upon hearing a friend's bashing comment I said, "Did you reach that conclusion on your own, or did it come through prayer?"
Shaking off restrictive chains requires action. They cannot be wished away. A declaration will never break chains. It requires commitment, self-discipline, and work.
Enduring, or carrying on, is not just a matter of tolerating circumstances and hanging in there, but of pressing forward.
One who practices pure religion soon discovers it is more rewarding to lift a man up than to hold him down.
All of us need to be constantly reminded it takes a heap of living and loving to make a house a home.
One little lie or dishonest act leads to another until the perpetrator is caught in the web of deceit.
Peace-not passion, not personal possessions, not personal accomplishments nor happiness-is one of the greatest blessings a man can receive.
Commitment is a word that cannot stand alone. We must always ask, "Committed to what?" . . . . let us be committed to . . . using Jesus Christ as our master teacher.
Young people . . , God wants us to be victorious. He wants you to triumph over all of your foes. Stalwart and brave we must stand. God is at the helm. There is no reason for defeat.
A friend is a possession we earn, not a gift.
Financial peace of mind is not determined by how much we make, but is dependent upon how much we spend!
God grant to all of us the power and strength to be people of integrity, and the insight and wisdom to avoid being led into the snares of the dishonest.
Many marriage tragedies are caused, not by lack of money, but rather by the mismanagement of it.
Procrastination is a deadly weapon of human progress.
Leaders on every level should be primarily interested in rendering compassionate caring for others.