“The steps of faith fall on the seeming void and find the rock beneath.” —Walt Whitman

“You are valuable because you exist. Not because of what you do or what you have done, but simply because you are.” —Max Lucado

“Affliction is but the shadow of God’s wing.”—George MacDonald

“As sure as God ever puts His children into the furnace, He will be in the furnace with them.”—C. H. Spurgeon

“A perfect faith would lift us absolutely above fear.”—George MacDonald

“Faith makes the discords of the present the harmonies of the future.”—Robert Collyer

“One must know not just how to accept a gift, but with what grace to share it.”Maya Angelou

“God hands gifts to some, whispers them to others.”—W. R. Alger

“Gratitude is a soil on which joy thrives.” —Auerbach

“If I only have the will to be grateful, I am so.”—Seneca

“A single grateful thought towards heaven is the most perfect prayer.”—Lessing

“A thankful heart is not only the greatest virtue, but the parent of all the other virtues.”—Cicero

“A true friend is forever a friend.”—George MacDonald

“He enjoys much who is thankful for little. A grateful mind is a great mind.”—Secker

“If our faith does not work here today, it will not work at all.—Elisabeth Elliot

“Well begun is half done.”—Aristotle

“When the dark clouds gather most, the light is the more brightly revealed to us. When the night lowers and the tempest is coming on, the Heavenly Captain is always closest to His crew.”—Charles Spurgeon

“I believe in God as I believe in the sun; not because I can see it, but because by it I can see all things.”—C.S. Lewis

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