An extremely famous quote in American history is the phrase delivered by Franklin D. Roosevelt during his first presidential inaugural address in 1933. His “nothing to fear quote” sounds so timeless; have you ever wondered if he was the first to use it? He certainly hasn’t been the last.
“The only thing we have to fear is fear itself”. – Bible or Not?
Often times politicians, statesmen and famous people on the public stage quote passages from the Bible or other famous works of literature. Yes, there are many famous president quotes that come to mind. FDR was no exception, but was his “the only thing we have to fear is fear itself” quote inspired from the Bible?
We have choices before us each and every day, and the path is there to choose to do the right thing, or to choose to do the wrong. In our culture it seems that there is so much gray area, and I think that we often use that as an excuse to not try so hard to do right.
“I have tried so hard to do right.” – Bible or Not?
I believe that God has given each of us a conscience, a portion of His Spirit if you will, that we should know right from wrong if we would only try. Today’s quote is…
Normally on a President’s Day I would put up some wise quotes or something noteworthy of presidential honor. But given the sad state of politics these days I decided to NOT do this. So here is a collection of some really stupid president quotes (from newest to oldest). Yeah, I respect the office, but sometimes our presidents can say dumb things…