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Katehis John quotes by Ellsworth McMeen
#1. John 15 calls for us to be branches on Jesus as the vine. In common parlance, that simply means that if we hang with Jesus, fruit happens! #Quote by Ellsworth McMeen
Katehis John quotes by John Grisham
#2. I learned that lesson a long time ago. When you write popular fiction you're going to get bashed by critics. #Quote by John Grisham
Katehis John quotes by John Lothrop Motley
#3. A new civilization was not to be improvised by a single mind. #Quote by John Lothrop Motley
Katehis John quotes by John Heywood
#4. I pray thee let me and my fellow have a haire of the dog that bit us last night. #Quote by John Heywood
Katehis John quotes by John Berger
#5. The boon of language is not tenderness. All that it holds, it holds with exactitude and without pity, even a term of endearment; the word is impartial: the usage is all. The boon of language is that potentially it is complete, it has the potentiality of holding with words the totality of human experience--everything that has occurred and everything that may occur. It even allows space for the unspeakable. In this sense one can say of language that it is potentially the only human home, the only dwelling place that cannot be hostile to man. For prose this home is a vast territory, a country which it crosses through a network of tracks, paths, highways; for poetry this home is concentrated on a single center, a single voice, and this voice is simultaneously that of an announcement and a response to it. #Quote by John Berger
Katehis John quotes by J.R. Ward
#6. My name...my name is Mary. I'm here with a friend.'
Rhage stopped breathing. His heart skipped a beat and then slowed. "Say that again,' he whispered.
'Ah, my name is Mary Luce. I'm a friend of Bella's...We came here with a boy, with John Matthew. We were invited.'
Rhage shivered, a balmy rush blooming out all over his skin. The musical lilt of her voice, the rhythm of her speech, the sound of her words, it all spread through him, calming him, comforting him. Chaining him sweetly.
He closed his eyes. 'Say something else.'
'What?' she asked, baffled.
'Talk. Talk to me. I want to hear your voice.'
She was silent, and he was about to demand that she speak when she said, 'You don't look well. Do you need a doctor?'
He found himself swaying. The words didn't matter. It was her sound: low, soft, a quiet brushing in his ears. He felt as if here being stroked on the inside of his skin.
'More,' he said, twisting his palm around to the front of her neck so he could feel the vibrations in her throat better.
'Could you... could you please let go of me?'
'No.' He brought his other arm up. She was wearing some kind of fleece, and he moved the collar aside, putting his hand on her shoulder so she couldn't get away from him. 'Talk.'
She started to struggle. 'You're crowding me.'
'I know. Talk.'
'Oh for God's sake, what do you want me to say?'
Even exasperated, her voice was beautiful. 'Anything.'
'Fine. Get you #Quote by J.R. Ward
Katehis John quotes by John McCain
#7. We will have to wait a little longer to see if Armageddon has arrived. #Quote by John McCain
Katehis John quotes by Bill Cosby
#8. Listen to John Coltrane enough and after two bars, just two bars at any place, and you know that's him. We all have signature things that happen to be similar that you can predict and you try to stay away from that except the rhythms: those pauses, they're part of my signature, the part where I know when I say nothing, I already painted enough, led enough and I don't even have to say anything. But those pauses don't belong to me. Jack Benny was one of the first guys in comedy to make the anticipation so great that during the pause people start to laugh before the execution. #Quote by Bill Cosby
Katehis John quotes by John Maynard Keynes
#9. It is investment, i.e. the increased production of material wealth in the shape of capital goods, which alone increases national wealth. #Quote by John Maynard Keynes
Katehis John quotes by Daniel Gordis
#10. The Tanakh says John Lennon is wrong. #Quote by Daniel Gordis
Katehis John quotes by John McAfee
#11. History told me that you just keep working, and it is easy to make more money. #Quote by John McAfee
Katehis John quotes by John T. Flynn
#12. But Fascism cannot continue in a modified form. #Quote by John T. Flynn
Katehis John quotes by John Henry Newman
#13. Literature stands related to Man as Science stands to Nature; it is his history. #Quote by John Henry Newman
Katehis John quotes by John E. McIntyre
#14. The people kvetching about the new editing software never mastered the old editing software either. #Quote by John E. McIntyre
Katehis John quotes by John Katzenbach
#15. All the time thinking he'd had no idea before this night how easy it was in this world to be hated. #Quote by John Katzenbach
Katehis John quotes by John Bruton
#16. The time horizon may be too long for sole reliance on market solutions - but perhaps the inventiveness of the financial services industry will prove me wrong that point! #Quote by John Bruton
Katehis John quotes by John F. MacArthur Jr.
#17. Christians actually need to be confronted by their real need-an understanding of God's holiness and their own sinfulness-so they can be usable to Him for His Glory. When we have a right relationship to God, every aspect of our lives will settle into its divinely ordained place ... We are still to need other needs but it begins with a high view of God. #Quote by John F. MacArthur Jr.
Katehis John quotes by John Adams
#18. The nation which will not adopt an equilibrium of power must adopt a despotism. There is no other alternative. #Quote by John Adams
Katehis John quotes by John O'Donohue
#19. In the beginning was the dream...
In the eternal night where no dawn broke, the dream deepened.
Before anything ever was, it had to be dreamed...

If we take Nature as the great artist, then all presences in the
world have emerged from her mind and imagination. We are
children of the earth's dreaming. It's almost as if Nature is in
dream and we are her children who have broken through the
dawn into time and place. Fashioned in the dreaming of the
clay, we are always somehow haunted by that; we are unable
ever finally to decide what is dream and what is reality. Each
day we live in what we call reality, yet life seems to resemble
a dream. We rush through our days in such stress and intensity,
as if we were here to stay and the serious project of the world
depended on us. We worry and grow anxious - we magnify
trivia until they become important enough to control our lives.
Yet all the time, we have forgotten that we are but temporary
sojourners on the surface of a strange planet spinning slowly
in the infinite night of the cosmos...
There is no definitive dividing line between reality and dream.
What we consider real is often precariously dream-like.
Our grip on reality is tenuous... #Quote by John O'Donohue
Katehis John quotes by John Le Carre
#20. Everything he admired or loved had been the product of intense individualism ... when had mass philosophies ever brought benefit or wisdom? #Quote by John Le Carre
Katehis John quotes by John Graves
#21. Neither a land nor a people ever starts over clean. Country is compact of all its past disasters and strokes of luck–of flood and drouth, of the caprices of glaciers and sea winds, of misuse and disuse and greed and ignorance and wisdom–and though you may doze away the cedar and coax back the bluestem and mesquite grass and side-oats grama, you're not going to manhandle it into anything entirely new. It's limited by what it has been, by what's happened to it. And a people, until that time when it's uprooted and scattered and so mixed with other peoples that it has in fact perished, is much the same in this as land. It inherits. #Quote by John Graves
Katehis John quotes by John E. Douglas
#22. Dennis Rader quoted Harvey Glatman as saying, 'It was all about the rope.' What exactly does that mean? The rope symbolized total control. The ultimate fantasy would be to keep these victims alive and dominated indefinitely, although both men knew that wasn't possible. #Quote by John E. Douglas
Katehis John quotes by John A. Willis
#23. You can't lose an old golf ball. #Quote by John A. Willis
Katehis John quotes by John Cornyn
#24. America deserves a nominee who reveres the law, not one whose service on the bench is conditioned on political promises. #Quote by John Cornyn
Katehis John quotes by John Quincy Adams
#25. There is in the clergy of all Christian denominations a time-serving, cringing, subservient morality, as wide from the spirit of the gospel as it is from the intrepid assertion and vindication of truth. #Quote by John Quincy Adams
Katehis John quotes by John Kitzhaber
#26. I don't want to suggest that controlling pharmaceutical costs is the answer to what ails the U.S. health care system. It isn't. #Quote by John Kitzhaber
Katehis John quotes by John Guare
#27. I think a playwright must be his own dramaturg. I believe in a theater where the director and the playwright work together to create what they need. #Quote by John Guare
Katehis John quotes by John Burroughs
#28. I was born with a chronic anxiety about the weather. #Quote by John Burroughs
Katehis John quotes by John Hench
#29. Big cities are chaotic. And chaos for humans - who have experience from their ancestors - is the last step before conflict. So, in the park, every kind of visual contradiction has been eliminated. #Quote by John Hench
Katehis John quotes by John Scalzi
#30. Other science fiction shows had science advisers and consultants," Hanson pointed out.
"It's science fiction, " Weinstein said. "The second part of that phrase matters too."
"But you're making it bad science fiction," Hester said. "And we have to live in it. #Quote by John Scalzi
Katehis John quotes by John Updike
#31. Billy Collins writes lovely poems. Limpid, gently and consistently startling, more serious than they seem, they describe all the worlds that are and were and some others besides. #Quote by John Updike
Katehis John quotes by John C. Calhoun
#32. A compromise is but an act of Congress. It may be overruled at any time. It gives us no security. But the Constitution is stable. It is a rock. #Quote by John C. Calhoun
Katehis John quotes by John Alexander Dowie
#33. You do not base your belief that Jesus is the Saviour from sin upon the fact that somebody is saved, or says he is saved; but you base it upon the Word of the living God; and there you stand. #Quote by John Alexander Dowie
Katehis John quotes by John Owen
#34. That the mortification of indwelling sin remaining in our mortal bodies, that it may not have life and power to bring forth the works or deeds of the flesh is the constant duty of believers. #Quote by John Owen
Katehis John quotes by John Green
#35. I was a bit of a Victorian Lady, fainting-wise. #Quote by John Green
Katehis John quotes by John Waters
#36. It isn't enough to shock. It's easy to shock. Real surprise is what I'm after. #Quote by John Waters
Katehis John quotes by John Van De Ruit
#37. When in doubt keep reading. A book will never die on you #Quote by John Van De Ruit
Katehis John quotes by John-Allen Price
#38. Raft of the Medusa. #Quote by John-Allen Price

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