Praying in tongues charges your spirit like a battery charger charges a battery.— Kenneth E. Hagin
Strong Battery Charge quotations
Police arrested two kids yesterday, one was drinking battery acid, the other was eating fireworks. They charged one and let the other one off.
Every July, August and part of September I escape of the guitar, I escape of Paco de Lucia and I go to Mexico to the Carrabian. I have a little house there where I spend two months listening to music, no playing because I don't bring the guitar with me, fishing and cooking my fish and charging the batteries for new concerts.
I travel with a bunch of battery packs because I don't always have time to charge my phone at the hotel room when I'm traveling. I always change them, so I never run out of battery.
I go crazy trying to energize people, 'cause that's what I am.
I'm a battery. If you're down, you can plug into me and get charged up.
Like silence after noise, or cool, clear water on a hot, stuffy day, Emptiness cleans out the messy mind and charges up the batteries of spiritual energy. Many people are afraid of Emptiness, however, because it reminds them of Loneliness.
I read a lot of books. So, usually when I go home I try to re-charge my batteries and absorb new stories to become inspired again.
So,” Wanda cried, “a woman in furs is nothing more than a large cat, a charged electric battery?
A smile is just such an amazing thing.
And to think that some of those people can now smile because they can see you, that gives me that sort of charge, energy... that's what powers up my batteries. That's the joy that I have and that keeps me going. That's my rocket fuel, I suppose.
I know that spinning sets me in a trance;
it soothes me and charges my batteries at the same time. When times are tough I sit down to spin during the news-broadcasts, with therapeutic results.
A whole roomful of Jews is like a charged battery.
The vitality sparks seem to fly, and frequently the result is a short circuit.
We were lavish of blood in those days, and it was thought to be a grand thing to charge a battery or an earth-work lined with infantry.
I used to be a lot more engaged on an improvisational level than other people.
I was always on tour and always had a guitar in my hands, and when I went back home, my battery was at full charge. I had a lot of energy to get off, just impulses that I could draw upon.
Imagine a kind of system where you have lightweight electric vehicles relatively small battery capacity, and then picking up charge wherever they park. You never have to worry about filling up your car, never go to the gas station, never plug it in, never do any of these things.
Sleeping alone, except under doctor's orders, does much harm.
Children will tell you how lonely it is sleeping alone. If possible, you should always sleep with someone you love. You both recharge your mutual batteries free of charge.
Of your own indefatigable labor from early dawn and of your explicit instructions, that the batteries should reserve their ammunition, until the grand charge should commence, for which the enemy were undoubtedly preparing.
I live out of my van, which gives me a first-hand appreciation for power and lighting. A few years ago, I rebuilt the interior of my van to include solar panels and a battery that powers LEDs for lighting and allows me to charge my phone and laptop.
It feels good when you come to a place like Oklahoma to charge up the batteries. I need that.
I'm not a tech fan. I don't get that charge that comes from having the new little gizmo in your pocket. Maybe I'm a dinosaur. There's nothing battery-operated that will help me write songs any differently from the way I've done it for years.
We were never motorheads. We knew fast cars. We knew how to siphon gas - me - charge the battery when it was down. But never hot-wired a car.
We recently discovered a manufacturing issue affecting a very limited number of iPhone 5S devices that could cause the battery to take longer to charge or result in reduced battery life. We are reaching out to customers with affected phones and will provide them with a replacement phone.
It’s like your batteries get low, and you need to charge them on someone else’s story.
My phone is trying to kill me. It is a battery-charged rectangle of disappointment and possibility. It is a technological pacifier.