Proverbs from Dr./Prof. Ron…

    • Man’s extremity is God’s opportunity.

       

  • You are either a worrier or a worshipper.

     

  • Humor is the prelude to faith and laughter the beginning of prayer. (H. Reinhold Neihbur)

     

    • Life’s value is not in duration, but in donation.  It’s not how long you’ve lived, but how well. (J. Oswald Sanders)
  • Regular Christian fellowship provides us with a moral compass in the sea of social relativism.
  • We’d worry a lot less about what people thought about us, if we realized how seldom they do! 
  • Sex isn’t so dirty that it must be hidden, but so sacred that it must be protected.
  • The Church isn’t a corporation to be driven by the ambition of man, but a family to be nurtured in by the grace and love of God.
  • A cynic is someone who knows the price of everything and the value of nothing. (Oscar Wilde)
  • We do not need to seek the cross…The cross will find us. (Martin Luther)
  • Relativity is for physics–not ethics. (Einstein)
  • Anger gets us into trouble but pride keeps us there.