Quotes of the Week ~4

The source of each of the quotes I share will now be below the quote and not above it.

Jeremiah 31:14 ~ My people shall be satisfied with my goodness, saith the Lord.

Source: The Bible

If God’s goodness does not satisfy us, what will? What! Are we still groaning? Surely there is a wrong desire within if it be one which God’s goodness does not satisfy.

Source: Spurgeon, Checkbook of the Bank of Faith, Daily Readings by Spurgeon

Heaven and earth in midnight stillness heard the groans and sighs of the mysterious Being in whom both worlds were blended.

Source: Spurgeon

“I am well satisfied it will not be a burden to me at the hour of death, nor be laid to my charge at the day of judgment, that I have thought too highly of the Lord Jesus Christ or labored too much in commending and setting Him forth to others, as the Alpha and Omega, the Lord our righteousness, the sufficient atonement for sin, the only Mediator between God and men, the true God and eternal life.”-

Source: John Newton, Letters of John Newton

 “All happy families resemble each other, each unhappy family is unhappy in it’s own way.”

Source: ~ Leo Tolstoy from Anna Karenina

Ceilings are being painted in the dining and living room here as I finish up this post. Hope your week is ending well.

About Ellenhttp://I am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

5 thoughts on “Quotes of the Week ~4

  1. Lots of good food for thought here today! I really like the Spurgeon quote about being satisfied with God’s goodness along with the Words of our Lord in Jeremiah. So why are we discontent at times?

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