With all of the snow we’ve been getting this winter, I thought I’d pull out a “snow quote” for today. There’s another 11 inches of snow in my backyard this morning.
Like a snow-cooled drink at harvest time is a trustworthy messenger to the one who sends him. – Bible or Not?
In this context, and depending upon your perspective, snow is a good thing. So is today’s snow quote found in the Bible or Not? And while you’re at it, why don’t you share with our readers your perspective on the snow by leaving a Comment – is it good, bad or ugly?
Relationships are built on trust, and the strongest relationships are forged over time. It’s common knowledge that a trust that is built over a lifetime can be broken in a minute, and once broken, it can be very hard to mend.
A brother offended is harder to win than a strong city.- Bible or Not?
A “brother” in the spiritual sense is someone with whom you have a kindred spirit, someone you have a strong relationship with, a special bond, someone you can trust. According to the Bible…
I came across this quote while hearing my door bell ring as we received a stream of trick or treaters yesterday.
“A malicious man disguises himself with his lips, but in his heart he harbors deceit.” – Bible or Not?
Very interesting that this popped up. Seeing all of the kids in their costumes and disguises, I thought about the disguises we see each and every day. Some people put on the disguise of happiness when they are sad, some appear to be confident when in reality they are nervous, some seem faithful when they are filled with doubt, and it goes on. What about those who pretend to be a friend, when they are not? Is today’s quote from the Bible?