quote by Smith Wigglesworth

To hunger and thirst after righteousness is when nothing in the world can fascinate us so much as being near God.

— Smith Wigglesworth

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Let us not seek to satisfy our thirst for freedom by drinking from the cup of bitterness and hatred.

Let us not seek to satisfy our thirst for freedom by drinking from the cup of bitterness and hatred.

The bible is a remarkable fountain: the more one draws and drinks of it, the more it stimulates thirst.

The self (Soul) is the constant-witness consciousness.

Through all months, seasons and years, through all divisions of time, the past, present and future the consciousness remains one and self luminous. It neither rises nor sets. The ultimate self is free from sin, free from old age, free from death and grief, free from hunger and thirst, which desires nothing and imagines nothing.

The ultimate self is free from sin, free from old age, free from death and grief, free from hunger and thirst, which desires nothing and imagines nothing.


Having lots of money while not having inner peace is like dying of thirst while bathing in the ocean.

There exists within everyone a grand passion, an outlandish thirst for adventure, a desire to live boldly and vividly through the journey of life.

When you're dying of thirst it's too late to think about digging a well.

Hungry is a word that I've been analyzing here of late.

It's not hunger that drives me, it's not hunger that needs to drive our football team. Hunger and thirst are things that can be quenched. We have to be a driven group, we have to seek greatness.

Teach music and singing at school in such a way that it is not a torture but a joy for the pupil; instill a thirst for finer music in him, a thirst which will last for a lifetime.


Our culture has filled our heads but emptied our hearts, stuffed our wallets but starved our wonder. It has fed our thirst for facts but not for meaning or mystery. It produces "nice" people, not heroes.

They speak of my drinking but never think of my thirst

I offer neither pay, nor quarters, nor food;

I offer only hunger, thirst, forced marches, battles and death. Let him who loves his country with his heart, and not merely with his lips, follow me.

The most vital question to ask about all who claim to be Christian is this: Have they a soul thirst for God? ... Is their life centered on Him? Do they press forward more and more that they might know Him.

Moscow seethes and bubbles and gasps for air.

It's always thirsting for something new, the newest events, the latest sensation. Everyone wants to be the first to know. It's the rhythm of life today.


We can't anticipate and provide for life's trials, but the Lord can and does.

The Lord wants us to thirst not after a quick fix to our problems but after the life-altering refreshment of His provision.

From time immemorial men have quenched their thirst with water without knowing anything about its chemical constituents. In like manner we do not need to be instructed in all the mysteries of doctrine, but we do need to receive the Living Water which Jesus Christ will give us and which alone can satisfy our souls.

Moscow, breathing fire like a human volcano with its smoldering lava of passion, ambition and politics, its hurly-burly of meetings and entertainment, Moscow is less than twenty miles away. It's always thirsting for something new, the newest events, the latest sensation.

The soul’s deepest thirst is for God Himself, who has made us so that we can never be satisfied without Him.

No society has been able to abolish human sadness, no political system can deliver us from the pain of living, from our fear of death, our thirst for the absolute. It is the human condition that directs the social condition, not vice versa.


As clouds are blown away by the wind, the thirst for material pleasures will be driven away by the utterance of the Lord's name.

After there is great trouble among mankind, a greater one is prepared.

The great mover of the universe will renew time, rain, blood, thirst, famine, steel weapons and disease. In the heavens, a fire seen

It is well to remember that there are five reasons for drinking: the arrival of a friend, one's present or future thirst, the excellence of the cognac, or any other reason

Every living person and thing responds to beauty.

We all thirst for it. We receive strength and renewal by seeing stirring and satisfying sites.

As clouds are blown away by the wind, the thirst for material pleasures will be driven away by the utterance of the Lord's name.


There were thirst and hunger, and you were the fruit.

There were grief and the ruins, and you were the miracle.

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The key to Christian living is a thirst and hunger for God.

And one of the main reasons people do not understand or experience the sovereignty of grace and the way it works through the awakening of sovereign joy is that their hunger and thirst for God is so small.

If you don't die of thirst, there are blessings in the desert.

You can be pulled into limitlessness, which we all yearn for, or you can do the beauty of minutiae, the scrimshaw of tiny and precise. The sky is your ocean, and the crystal silence will uplift you like great gospel music, or Neil Young.

I am an investigator by inclination. I feel a great thirst for knowledge.

Listen, that you may live.


I am your fairy tale. Your dream. Your wishes and desires, and I am your thirst and your hunger and your food and your drink.

Natural thunder heralds the wetness of fresh water high clouds to quench the thirst of fields gone dry and parched, a messenger of blessed rain, but this was as dry as hell must be. My distraught perception refused to believe it, because of the insane suddenness with which it sounded, swelled and hit, and how casually it came to murder my child.

It is only luxury and avarice that make poverty grievous to us;

for it is a very small matter that does our business, and when we have provided against cold, hunger, and thirst, all the rest is but vanity and excess.

Cold Case Files and similar shows do bang up business, which points to a certain thirst for details in the viewership, but it seems like all the news chat shows continue to force the myth that Americans can’t stand detail and have no interest in an idea that can’t fit on a bumper sticker.

Nothing quenches the thirst like a wheat beer, or sharpens the appetite like an India pale ale. Nothing goes as well with seafood as a dry porter or stout, or accompanies chocolate like an imperial stout. Nothing soothes like a barleywine. These are just a few of the specialty styles of beer.

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