Commercial and bureaucratic hindrances collided with an uncontrollable reality: the faith of many players.
We have forgotten that we belong to God and not to ourselves.
There's only one person who can conquer death: Jesus Christ.
We have no right to go around thinking that we wish we were like this or that person.
Time teaches us to recognise that what seemed so terrible then wasn't as bad as it seemed.
Life is like a relay race. As we grow up, others are already running, and the day comes when they pass the baton.
Don't let evil masquerade in your life. As pleasant as it may seem, if it is against God's word, it will destroy you.
Nothing can change the certainty that God is at our side. Always, without exception.
The Bible says there is rejoicing in heaven when we do something worthy of God's character.
Nothing in the world is comparable to the person of Jesus Christ.
Anything other than believing God's Word is cheating.
The same people who admire you now criticise you later, because they only want “the best”.
We should always put God first if we think that something goes against His word.
We've become used to letting others, ourselves, and even God down.
God wants each one of us to accept him as Lord of our lives, since that is the only way our lives will have meaning.
One of the greatest lessons in the Christian life is to know how to get ahead of the enemy by accepting new promises.
No one in the world has shown more willingness to forgive every human being than God.
God always responds, though sometimes not in the way or at the moment we would like.
We can pick up the fallen stones time and again to construct our lives according to God's will.
God has promised to guide us in the way we should follow.
We have to learn that a complainer is no good to the world.
The greatest desire of God is to have a deep relationship with us, His children.
Sometimes it seems that helpfulness has gone out of fashion, but it hasn't.
Even those who say God doesn't exist blame Him when things go wrong.
I remember one young man who never told me his name or address. He gave me his Olympic Volunteer jacket when he found out I was a foreign visitor.
Constantly watching others can make us lose sight of our own goals.