Here Are Some Really Unsuccessful Men And Their Views Of The Bible Here Are Some Really Unsuccessful Men And Their Views Of The Bible
For those of you out there who might have a slight desire to take in a service for the first time tomorrow, or even the... Here Are Some Really Unsuccessful Men And Their Views Of The Bible

For those of you out there who might have a slight desire to take in a service for the first time tomorrow, or even the first service in a long time, you might want to glance over some of these quotes before you make your final decision. God is Love.

I wouldn’t necessarily take their advice though! They are just your average Joes off the street and probably don’t have much perspective on life.

 

1. I never saw a useful Christian who was not a student of the Bible.  – Dwight Lyman Moody

Dwight Lyman Moody

 

2. It is impossible to rightly govern the world without God and the Bible. George Washington

George Washington

 

3. There are ten men who will fight for the Bible to every one who will read it. L. R. Akers

L. R. Akers

 

4. I enter a most earnest plea that in our hurried and rather bustling life of today we do not lose the hold that our forefathers had on the Bible. I wish to see the Bible study as much a matter of course in the secular colleges as in the seminary. No educated man can afford to be ignorant of the Bible, and no uneducated man can afford to be ignorant of the Bible. Theodore Roosevelt

Theodore Roosevelt

 

5. Other books were given for our information. The Bible was given for our transformation. Men do not reject the Bible because it contradicts itself, but because it contradicts them. The New Testament is the greatest Book the world has ever known or ever will know. Charles Dickens

Charles Dickens

 

6. I have always said, I always say, that the studius perusal of the sacred volume will make better citizens, better fathers, and better husbands. Thomas Jefferson

Thomas Jefferson

 

7. The Bible is a Book in comparison with which all others in my eyes are of minor importance; and in all my perplexities and distresses has never failed to give me light and strength. Robert E. Lee

Robert E. Lee

 

8. Must everything in our age be predigested? Does the Bible have to be reduced to pablum? I refuse to believe that modern man, who split the atom and is exploring space, is unable to cope with the grandeur and glory of the Bible. Winston Churchill

Winston Churchill

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