Courage is the form of every virtue at the testing point.— Lynn G. Robbins
The most mouth-watering Lynn G. Robbins quotes that are glad to read
...the truer measure of sacrifice isn't so much what one gives to sacrifice as what one sacrifices to give. Faith isn't tested so much when the cupboard is full as when it is bare. In these defining moments, the crisis doesn't create one's characterit reveals it.
Lowering the Lord’s standards to the level of a society’s inappropriate behavior is apostasy.
Trying to please others before pleasing God is inverting the first and second great commandments.
The gospel teaches us that true beauty is more than skin-deep.
A young woman whose countenance is aglow with both happiness and virtue radiates inner beauty.
I can take my wife out for a lovely evening this Friday, which is a to do.
But being a good husband is not an event; it needs to be part of my nature—my character, or who I am.
May your efforts to develop Christlike attributes be successful so that His image may be engraven in your countenance and His attributes manifest in your behavior
Never forget which way you face
Ever notice how seldom we lose control when frustrated by our boss, but how often we do when annoyed by friends or family?
Discipline comes from the same root word as disciple, and implies patience and teaching on our part. It should not be done in anger.
The true badge of courage is overcoming the fear of men.
Entering the waters of baptism is something we do.
The be that must precede it is faith in Jesus Christ and a mighty change of heart.
Anger is an uncivil attempt to make another feel guilty or a cruel way of trying to correct them.
Others don't make us angry. There is no force involved. Becoming angry is a conscious choice, a decision, therefore, we can make the choice not to become angry. We choose!
Too many believe that love is a condition, a feeling that involves 100 percent of the heart, something that happens to you. They disassociate love from the mind and, therefore, from agency. In commanding us to love, the Lord refers to something much deeper than romance - a love that is the most profound form of loyalty. He is teaching us that love is something more than feelings of the heart; it is also a covenant we keep with soul and mind.