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Christian Fiction Quotes

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Robin Jones Gunn
“When the devil comes knocking on your door simply say "Jesus, it's for you.”
Robin Jones Gunn, Sunsets

Rachel Hauck
“We make our plans, but God directs our steps.”
Rachel Hauck, Once Upon a Prince

Leslie Gould
“Sometimes God calms the storm, but sometimes God lets the storm rage and calms His child.”
Leslie Gould, The Amish Nanny

Rachel Hauck
“Sometimes going back to the beginning is the only way.”
Rachel Hauck, Once Upon a Prince

Jennifer Hudson Taylor
“Love is as hard to hide as hate.”
Jennifer Hudson Taylor, Highland Blessings

Mindy Starns Clark
“Enjoy today because it won't come back.”
Mindy Starns Clark , The Amish Nanny

Cindy Woodsmall
“Facing our fears, skeletons, and mistakes is paramount in finding ourselves-in living with ourselves. Once it's done, that fear will be laid to rest, and she'll be stronger for having dealt with it and have more peace becausse she's not carrying the weight of that fear every day and night.”
Cindy Woodsmall, When the Soul Mends

Taylor Caldwell
“. . . a statement that is repugnant to one's beliefs can be as true as one that is pleasurable.”
Taylor Caldwell, Dear and Glorious Physician

Kellie Thacker
“Is it possible to love someone so completely, so intensely, they could never die? To give them more than just your heart or your soul? What if you could give then the miracle of immortality?”
Kellie Thacker, Grace

Frank E. Peretti
“Tal was looking at Hank when he said, "Just a moment. I want to hear it one more time."
As they watched, Bernice found her way to Hank and Mary. She began to week openly, and spoke some quiet but impassioned words to them. Hank and Mary listened, as did the others nearby, and as they listened, they began to smile. They put their arms around her, they told her about Jesus, and then they began to weep as well. Finally, as the saints were gathered and Bernice was surrounded with loving arms, Hank said the words, "Let's pray...”
Frank E. Peretti

Frank Olvera
“The assumption of no God cannot be proven by science.”
Frank 'The Christian Noob' Olvera, Under the Thelián Sky: Beyond the Great Unknown

Cindy Woodsmall
“A fallen planet is no easy place to live.
Ya, but heaven is.”
Cindy Woodsmall, When the Soul Mends

Leslie Gould
“Enjoy today because it won't come back.”
Leslie Gould, The Amish Nanny

Mary E. Hanks
“My gut feeling says he needs a second chance. Like we all do." WINTER'S PAST”
Mary E. Hanks, Winter's Past

Daniel  Patterson
“Dear Lord," she prayed, "please help me to handle all the work You've set before me. I can only do this with You at my side. Amen.”
Daniel Patterson, One Chance

“They all want to be happy. They all think they should be happy. And they’re quick to trot out their most cherished document and point to where they were promised “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.” But you’ll find that though they all parrot that little phrase, they think none too hard about that word “pursuit”. To follow, to chase, to inquire, to hunt, to seek. To track in order to overtake and capture. This they don’t do. Instead, having been offered a promise of happiness, they progress to a feeling of entitlement for happiness, then make the leap that happiness should, therefore, be easily won, automatic. There’s too much wrong in there to even scratch at that!”
Geoffrey Wood

Cindy Woodsmall
“A very smart woman once asked me, 'Do you think money is the answer to everything?' I have a family issue and I'm going home”
Cindy Woodsmall, When the Morning Comes

Lisa C. Temple
“If the only tool in Willem's arsenal was a silent supplication to an absent almighty, then I might as well be sitting next to a raving radical ready to die for the promise of seventy-two virgins and a couple of camels.”
Lisa C. Temple

Tammy L. Gray
“Somehow, through the chaos and confusion, I have to find my love for music again. The raw, bone-crushing need to create no matter who hears the songs or buys the albums.”
Tammy L. Gray, Love and the Dream Come True

Tammy L. Gray
“The hunger that only comes when your dream feels both a breath and a mountain away.”
Tammy L. Gray, Love and the Dream Come True

Tammy L. Gray
“There are many facets to this woman, I'm learning, most of which I've already had the privilege to see. Her kindness, her humor, her unending optimism. This one pummels my chest in a way I don't expect: her strength.

She doesn't need me to save her. Not even in this moment.”
Tammy L. Gray, Love and the Dream Come True

Tammy L. Gray
“Intentions don't matter,' I fire back. 'Actions do.”
Tammy L. Gray, Love and the Dream Come True

Tammy L. Gray
“Music isn't perfect. It can't be. It's too unhindered to stay enclosed in such an empty tomb.”
Tammy L. Gray, Love and the Dream Come True

Tammy L. Gray
“There are some lessons I can't protect her from.”
Tammy L. Gray, Love and the Dream Come True

Tammy L. Gray
“All new relationships start out with a bit of a dance before they become real.”
Tammy L. Gray, Love and the Dream Come True

Tammy L. Gray
“I fall to my knees, grip the back of my head in surrender and agony, and finally, without agenda or expectation...I pray.”
Tammy L. Gray, Love and the Dream Come True

Jenny Knipfer
“We’re better at looking back than forward. Since such is the case, our eyes would be better placed at the base of our heads. I see nothing when I gaze into the future. It appears like the purple haze of the distant hills—without definition, lacking firm, clean, and distinctive lines. In a word—smudged.”
Jenny Knipfer, On Bur Oak Ridge

Jenny Knipfer
“I fear my heart will be forever tied to what I can’t have. The word “home” once meant everything good to me: safety, warmth, love. Now, however, I have no home. It was ripped from me by the devious dealings of Mr. Alfred Skaggs.”
Jenny Knipfer, On Bur Oak Ridge

Jenny Knipfer
“I wish I knew how to encourage Samuel. He appears to be trapped in an unmovable situation, but everything is fragile. Perhaps that’s the problem—a broken relationship with his mother. I know about broken relationships. They are difficult to mend but not impossible, at least when the person isn’t physically missing or dead. My mind wanders to Jacob again. If miraculously he were found, would I want to mend things between us? The question grates at my conscience.”
Jenny Knipfer, On Bur Oak Ridge

Toni Shiloh
“Oh.” Her voice sounded small, and her eyes began to water.
I halted in horror as not one but two tears spilled down her cheeks. “Are you … are you crying?” I did not know what to do with a weeping woman.”
Toni Shiloh, To Win a Prince

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