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my husband's quote for our state's 149th birthday on June 20, 2012

my husband's quote for our state's 149th birthday on June 20, 2012

Amen! (Quote by the late, great Pastor and Chaplain to the United States Senate in the 1940's, Peter Marshall)

Amen! (Quote by the late, great Pastor and Chaplain to the United States Senate in the 1940's, Peter Marshall)

Confusion is a gift from God. Those times when you feel most desperate for a solution, sit. Wait. The information will become clear. The confusion is there to guide you. Seek detachment and become the producer of your life.

Confusion is a gift from God. Those times when you feel most desperate for a solution, sit. Wait. The information will become clear. The confusion is there to guide you. Seek detachment and become the producer of your life.

❥ Actions speak louder than words, but you should still share your faith and never be afraid to speak up for what is right. Too many people have been bullied into silence by the 'Tolerance' agenda. Walk the talk, and talk the walk. Christ did it, so can you.

❥ Actions speak louder than words, but you should still share your faith and never be afraid to speak up for what is right. Too many people have been bullied into silence by the 'Tolerance' agenda. Walk the talk, and talk the walk. Christ did it, so can you.

Ravi Zacharias is an evangelical Christian apologist, evangelist, and the author of twenty books, including Can Man Live Without God?. Ravi is also the president of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries and visiting professor of apologetics and evangelism at Wycliffe Hall of Oxford. Ravi and his wife, Margie, have three grown children and reside in Altanta, GA.

Ravi Zacharias is an evangelical Christian apologist, evangelist, and the author of twenty books, including Can Man Live Without God?. Ravi is also the president of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries and visiting professor of apologetics and evangelism at Wycliffe Hall of Oxford. Ravi and his wife, Margie, have three grown children and reside in Altanta, GA.

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