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Reverend Shuttlesworth quotes by Charlotte Rogan
#1. I have lost patience with the idea of an insignificant human being standing up above the rest of us
whether he is called Reverend or Doctor or Judge
and shouting at us all about this thing or that. As soon as someone starts to pontificate in this way, I am apt to cut him off or leave the room, or, if this can't be done gracefully, I simply arrange that sweet vapid smile on my face that was so useful during the trial but that so infuriates Dr. Cole. After all, I have already taken the measure of my own insignificance, and I survived. #Quote by Charlotte Rogan
Reverend Shuttlesworth quotes by Reverend Dr. Timothy E. Tyler
#2. We don't need white allies to help people of color to eradicate racism. Instead white people need people of color to be their allies in this fight. #Quote by Reverend Dr. Timothy E. Tyler
Reverend Shuttlesworth quotes by Tim Lebbon
#3. I am the Reverend, the note said in a spidery scrawl. Would you like to join my flock of the Hushed? #Quote by Tim Lebbon
Reverend Shuttlesworth quotes by Reverend Malcolm Boyd
#4. Our prayers must spring from the indigenous soil of our own personal confrontation with the Spirit of God in our lives. #Quote by Reverend Malcolm Boyd
Reverend Shuttlesworth quotes by Brian Johnson
#5. SPIRITUAL FARTS Reverend Michael Beckwith2 tells us that if we simply study and talk about spiritual truths but never actually LIVE the stuff, we're gonna get spiritual indigestion and constipation. Spiritual farts. It's not a pretty thing. Seriously. #Quote by Brian Johnson
Reverend Shuttlesworth quotes by Barack Obama
#6. Reverend Wright has been my friend and mentor for over 20 years. #Quote by Barack Obama
Reverend Shuttlesworth quotes by Edgar Allan Poe
#7. The esteemed Reverend Rufus Griswold is everything I aspire to be, though I fear I shall never soar so quite as high as he
-from his resignation letter to Graham's Magazine #Quote by Edgar Allan Poe
Reverend Shuttlesworth quotes by Reverend Ada Slaton Bonds
#8. You will never know just how thrilled my heart is to behold such a throng of people; especially as they have gathered to pay tribute and love's greatest honor to loved ones who, today, are basking in the sunshine of God's heaven. #Quote by Reverend Ada Slaton Bonds
Reverend Shuttlesworth quotes by Fred Shuttlesworth
#9. You have to be prepared to die before you can begin to live. #Quote by Fred Shuttlesworth
Reverend Shuttlesworth quotes by Kim Newman
#10. Moriarty smiled his adder's smile.
And I relaxed. I knew. My destiny and his wound together. It was a sensation I'd never got before upon meeting a man. When I'd had it from women, the upshot ranged from disappointment to attempted murder. Understand me, Professor James Moriarty was a hateful man, the most hateful, hateable, creature I have ever known, not excluding Sir Augustus and Kali's Kitten and the Abominable Bloody Snow-Bastard and the Reverend Henry James Prince. He was something man-shaped that had crawled out from under a rock and moved into the manor house. But, at that moment, I was his, and I remain his forever. If I am remembered, it will be because I knew him. From that day on, he was my father, my commanding officer, my heathen idol, my fortune and terror and rapture. #Quote by Kim Newman
Reverend Shuttlesworth quotes by Libba Bray
#11. The vicar, whose name is Reverend Waite, leads us in prayers that all begin with 'O Lord' and end with our somehow not being worthy-sinners who have always been sinners and will forever more be sinners until we die. It isn't the most optimistic outlook I've ever heard but we're encouraged to keep trying anyway. #Quote by Libba Bray
Reverend Shuttlesworth quotes by Eliza Griswold
#12. Reverend Abdu bore his several identities, and all their contradictions, in a single skin. It wasn't relativism: his convictions went deeper than that... Such labels seemed ultimately unimportant to him because he did not belong to himself, or to this world, at all; he belonged to God. #Quote by Eliza Griswold
Reverend Shuttlesworth quotes by Mark Helprin
#13. Isn't Mr. Cecil Wooley the fattest, slittiest-eyed thing you've ever seen? And don't you suppose that being called Reverend Doctor Mootfowl is not a common phenomenon, and never has been? #Quote by Mark Helprin
Reverend Shuttlesworth quotes by Boris Akunin
#14. The reverend bishop, knowing that Pelagia found it easier to think with her knitting in her hands, told her, "You may knit." The pointed steel needles began clacking furiously and Mitrofanii frowned as he recalled what dreadful creations those deceptively deft hands brought into the world. At Eastertide the sister had presented the bishop with a white scarf adorned with the letters CA for "Christ is Arisen," rendered so crookedly that they seemed already to have celebrated the ending of the fast with some gusto. "Who is this for?" His Grace #Quote by Boris Akunin
Reverend Shuttlesworth quotes by Bill Bryson
#15. My favourite fellow of the Royal Society is the Reverend Thomas Bayes, an obscure 18th-century Kent clergyman and a brilliant mathematician who devised a complex equation known as the Bayes theorem, which can be used to work out probability distributions. It had no practical application in his lifetime, but today, thanks to computers, is routinely used in the modelling of climate change, astrophysics and stock-market analysis. #Quote by Bill Bryson
Reverend Shuttlesworth quotes by James Madison
#16. It may not be easy, in every possible case, to trace the line of separation between the rights of religion and the Civil authority with such distinctness as to avoid collisions and doubts on unessential points. The tendency to usurpation on one side or the other, or to a corrupting coalition or alliance between them, will be best guarded agst. by an entire abstinence of the Govt. from interference in any way whatsoever, beyond the necessity of preserving public order, and protecting each sect agst. trespasses on its legal rights by others.
[Letter to the Reverend Jasper Adams, January 1, 1832] #Quote by James Madison
Reverend Shuttlesworth quotes by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
#17. I am forty years old now, and you know forty years is a whole lifetime; you know it is extreme old age. To live longer than forty years is bad manners, is vulgar, immoral. Who does live beyond forty? Answer that, sincerely and honestly. I will tell you who do: fools and worthless fellows. I tell all old men that to their face, all these venerable old men, all these silver-haired and reverend seniors! I tell the whole world that to its face! I have a right to say so, for I shall go on living to sixty myself. To seventy! To eighty! #Quote by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Reverend Shuttlesworth quotes by Hwang Sok-yong
#18. The blazing sun beat down on the concrete of the museum's front yard- Reverend Ryu Yosop felt as if the heat were sucking up all the moisture in his brain and heart. What different colors he and his brother Yohan must have used as each of them painted their own picture of home, of the carnage. These people have constructed yet a different vision of their own, Yosop thought to himself, but it all stems from the same nightmare, the one we created together. #Quote by Hwang Sok-yong
Reverend Shuttlesworth quotes by Andrew Aydin
#19. It's a sin and a shame before God that these people who govern us would let things come to such a sad state. But God is not dead.
--Fred Shuttlesworth #Quote by Andrew Aydin
Reverend Shuttlesworth quotes by Omar Dorsey
#20. I worked with James Orange and Hosea Williams as a teenager, and he's portrayed in the movie by Wendell Pierce. So, for me to be able to come in, 20 years after working with them as a teenager, and to portray Reverend James Orange in 'Selma' is mind-blowing. #Quote by Omar Dorsey
Reverend Shuttlesworth quotes by E.L. James
#21. You've already said this is your dream job. And forgive me if I'm wrong, but I promised before God, Reverend Walsh, and a congregation of our nearest and dearest to 'cherish you, uphold your hopes and dreams, and keep you safe at my side.' #Quote by E.L. James
Reverend Shuttlesworth quotes by Thomas Love Peacock
#22. Raven: The Reverend Mr Larynx has been called off on duty, to marry or bury (I don't know which) some unfortunate person or persons, at Claydyke: ... #Quote by Thomas Love Peacock
Reverend Shuttlesworth quotes by Jamie O'Neill
#23. Silence then, a world at rest. Not the antithesis of dust, of speed, but its complement. The gloved hand ungloved its partner which in turn ungloved its mate. Fingers untied her chiffon and felt for hair under her hat. Strays tidied behind her ears. The chiffon became a scarf, her hands reawoke the wide sloping brim of her hat. Gradually the earth too rewoke. Hedges chirruped to life, a crow bickered above, the sea resumed its reverend tide. Her hat was hopelessly demode but the fashion was too ridiculous: she refused to wear flower-pots, and would have nothing to do with feathery things she had not shot herself. #Quote by Jamie O'Neill
Reverend Shuttlesworth quotes by Rae Carson
#24. Widow Joyner is repacking a trunk with clean clothes when I return. She looks up as I approach, and her expectant smile instantly disappears. "What happened?" "The reverend and I had a theological disagreement that ended in a permanent schism." "So ... no congratulations are in order? #Quote by Rae Carson
Reverend Shuttlesworth quotes by Neal Stephenson
#25. Lagos, typically for a nonbusinessman, had a fatal flaw: he thought too small.
He figured that with a little venture capital, this neurolinguistic hacking
could be developed as a new technology that would enable Rife to maintain
possession of information that had passed into the brains of his programmers.
Which, moral considerations aside, wasn't a bad idea.
"Rife likes to think big. He immediately saw that this idea could be much more
powerful. He took Lagos's idea and told Lagos himself to buzz off. Then he
started dumping a lot of money into Pentecostal churches. He took a small
church in Bayview, Texas, and built it up into a university. He took a smalltime
preacher, the Reverend Wayne Bedford, and made him more important than the
Pope. He constructed a string of self-supporting religious franchises all over
the world, and used his university, and its Metaverse campus, to crank out tens
of thousands of missionaries, who fanned out all over the Third World and began
converting people by the hundreds of thousands, just like St. Louis Bertrand.
L. Bob Rife's glossolalia cult is the most successful religion since the
creation of Islam. They do a lot of talking about Jesus, but like many selfdescribed
Christian churches, it has nothing to do with Christianity except that
they use his name. It's a postrational religion.
"He also wanted to spread the biological virus as a promoter or enhanc #Quote by Neal Stephenson
Reverend Shuttlesworth quotes by Fred Shuttlesworth
#26. And the fact that Emmett Till, a young black man, could be found floating down the river in Mississippi, as, indeed, many had been done over the years, this set in concrete the determination of people to move forward. #Quote by Fred Shuttlesworth
Reverend Shuttlesworth quotes by Jeff Lindsay
#27. The mission sat in a converted store front on the corner of a medium-busy street. There was a small crowd gathered in front - no real surprise, since they gave out food and clothing, all all you had to do was spend a few moments of your life listening to the good reverend explain why you were going to Hell. It seemed like a pretty good bargain, even to me, but I wasn't hungry. #Quote by Jeff Lindsay
Reverend Shuttlesworth quotes by Roberto Bolano
#28. He said that for those who hadn't been to California, what it was most like was an enchanted island. The spitting image. Just like in the movies, but better. People live in houses, not apartment buildings, he said, and then he embarked on a comparison of houses (one-story, at most two-story), and four- or five-story buildings where the elevator is broken one day and out of order the next. The only way buildings compared favorably to houses was in terms of proximity. A neighborhood of buildings makes distances shorter, he said. Everything is closer. You can go walking to buy groceries or you can walk to your local tavern (here he winked at Reverend Foster), or the local church you belong to, or a museum. In other words, you don't need to drive. You don't even need a car. And here he recited a list of statistics on fatal car accidents in a county of Detroit and a county of Los Angeles. And that's even considering that cars are made in Detroit, he said, not Los Angeles. #Quote by Roberto Bolano
Reverend Shuttlesworth quotes by David Weber
#29. Hamish Alexander-Harrington knew his wife as only two humans who had both been adopted by a pair
of mated treecats ever could. He'd seen her deal with joy and with sorrow, with happiness and with fury,
with fear, and even with despair. Yet in all the years since their very first meeting at Yeltsin's Star, he
suddenly realized, he had never actually met the woman the newsies called "the Salamander." It wasn't his
fault, a corner of his brain told him, because he'd never been in the right place to meet her. Never at the
right time. He'd never had the chance to stand by her side as she took a wounded heavy cruiser on an
unflinching deathride into the broadside of the battlecruiser waiting to kill it, sailing to her own death, and
her crew's, to protect a planet full of strangers while the rich beauty of Hammerwell's "Salute to Spring"
spilled from her ship's com system. He hadn't stood beside her on the dew-soaked grass of the Landing
City duelling grounds, with a pistol in her hand and vengeance in her heart as she faced the man who'd
bought the murder of her first great love. Just as he hadn't stood on the floor of Steadholders' Hall when
she faced a man with thirty times her fencing experience across the razor-edged steel of their swords,
with the ghosts of Reverend Julius Hanks, the butchered children of Mueller Steading, and her own
murdered steaders at her back.
But now, as he looked into the unyielding #Quote by David Weber
Reverend Shuttlesworth quotes by William Styron
#30. And what else did Christianity accomplish?" he said. "Here's what Christianity accomplished. Christianity accomplished the mob. The mob. It accomplished not only your senseless butchery, the extermination of all those involved in it, black and white, but the horror of lawless retaliation and reprisal - one hundred and thirty-one innocent niggers both slave and free cut down by the mob that roamed Southampton for a solid week, searching vengeance. I reckon you didn't figure on that neither back then, did you, Reverend? #Quote by William Styron
Reverend Shuttlesworth quotes by Nicole Williams
#31. I think that's what Reverend Simmons would call fixating on the speck in your neighbor's eye while ignoring the fucking plank in your own." "Reverend #Quote by Nicole Williams

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