I'm a firm believer in that there are MCs and there are artists. I love' em both.
Believers of Jesus be denouncing Satan on every level,But every Halloween they're dressin' like devils.
I'm a firm believer that it's not the way you look or what you have, but what you've got inside.
I'm not really concerned with trying to turn haters into believers.
In this life struggle, here I am among you fully cognizant that a true believer has no fear of what God has ordained for him. Those who are visited by fear live only for their present, under the illusion that the world began with them and will end with their departure.
Anyway that's a large part of what economics is - people arbitrarily, or as a matter of taste, assigning numerical values to non-numerical things. And then pretending that they haven't just made the numbers up, which they have. Economics is like astrology in that sense, except that economics serves to justify the current power structure, and so it has a lot of fervent believers among the powerful
Today's world is traveling in some strange direction. You see that the world is going toward destruction and violence. And the specialty of violence is to create hatred among people and to create fear. I am a believer in nonviolence and I say that no peace or tranquility will descend upon the people of the world until nonviolence is practiced, because nonviolence is love and it stirs courage in people.
— Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan
God made Truth with many doors to welcome every believer who knocks on them.
Remember, one just man causes the Devil greater affliction than a million blind believers.
I'm often a firm believer in "the simpler the better" approach and it's evident in my guitar setup.
Eating a cookie never feels strange. I am a big believer in food in general.
The believer does not use God's power; God's power uses him.
Believer's should never deal with doubts and fears because they are the devil's narcotics.
On the cross, Jesus won the right for believers to be born again back into the god-class. Adam was created, not subordinate to God, but as a god; he lost it, and in Christ we are taken back to the god-class.
I am a socialist, a believer in rational thought and the rule of law.
I'm a really big believer that we all have this voice inside of us, and that voice is God talking to us, and we are all magical, and we all have something as specific to do as our fingerprint. And everybody should go out and do that. And I think between the ages of 15 and 32, don't worry about getting married, don't worry about settling down, don't worry about having a baby. Give birth to yourself.
People ask a lot about how I can be a believer in a culture that perhaps is counter cultural to what you believe in. I've come to the conclusion that I'm able to be in this culture and in this industry and fruitful because I don't look to my circumstances to determine what I believe to be true about God.
I'm willing to explore what that's supposed to look like. I want to be intentional. I want it to show up in my life every day. I really try to live out my values and be consistent. Another things that has helped has been staying connected to a community of believers. It's important to be around others that share your beliefs and share your values and people that can encourage you.
I am always a big believer that if you work hard enough and you work out of passion, a person can do anything.
I go to church every Sunday. I've always been a believer. I love singing. I don't have the best voice - I just love getting my emotions out.
No Compromise is what the whole Gospel of Jesus is all about... 'For I tell you...no man can serve two masters...' (Matt. 6:24). In a day when believers seem to be trying to please both the world and the Lord (which is an impossible thing), when people are far more concerned about offending their friends than offending God, there is only one answer...Deny yourself, take up your cross and follow Him!
I am a great believer in variations on the routine.
I consider myself a believer in something much bigger than myself, thank God.
I believe fully in making fun of children. I believe very strongly that you should never make fun of an embryo or your ovaries. I am a big believer on breaking those rules. It's a case-by-case basis. But the thing is, there's so many ways to make a joke about something that is sort of maybe verboten or something.
As a child I became a confirmed believer in the ancient gods simply because as between the reality of fact and the reality f myth, I chose myth...Myth is the truth of fact, not fact the truth of myth.
If you love somebody, you love them. My parents had a 25-year age gap between them and my mum was the breadwinner, my dad the house husband. I'm a strong believer that a good relationship can work, whatever the situation.
I have been a believer in the magic of language since, at a very early age, I discovered that some words got me into trouble and others got me out.
I have no regrets. If you regret things, you're sort of stepping backwards. I'm a believer in going forwards.
I think the sentiment has not entirely shifted away from the belief that technology will continue to do well. But the believers are getting more and more worried about their beliefs.
I think there are times as believers when we feel entitled and that life shouldn't be hard. We live in this culture of convenience that says we can do everything ourselves and find all the answers on Google. But if we can learn to fall more in love with the Lord and trust Him in the middle of every storm, we build our endurance to keep running the race.
I ain't here to argue about his facial features. Or here to convert atheists into believers. I'm just trying to say the way school need teachers the way Kathie Lee needed Regis that's the way yall need Jesus.
I love the spirit of young girls and women and try to keep that spirit alive in my life and in my own personality as well as facilitate that spirit to have a place of respect and honor in our society. I am a firm believer that if we turned the running of the world over to the women things would improve markedly in many of the areas in which we find ourselves in trouble: war, poverty, hunger, illiteracy, sexual violence, prejudice, etc.
I am a believer, I am believer that we shape and create the life that we choose, and I believe that the tool that we have to do that, is our mind.
A tiny group of believers who have the gospel keep mumbling it over and over to themselves. Meanwhile, millions who have never heard it once fall into the flames of eternal hell without ever hearing the salvation story.
I remember being in the same position as Ruby, when I no longer believed in God as I was raised to believe. But I still am a believer - it's a personality trait, to be someone who can believe. But then what do you believe in?
The present time of believers is no longer determined by the past. It takes its definition from the future.
I'm a firm believer in the idea that theater excels over film and TV in its ability to let people play with poetry.
I'm a believer in 'Ignorance is bliss.'
I am a big believer in women's lib, but I love when a man holds a door for me.
The modern believer is not suspicious enough, which is perhaps why, when they try to construct arguments in their defence, the convictions are left doing all the work and reason, debilitated by neglect, weakly fails to prop them up.