John Chrysostom (ca. 347-407 A.D.) is one of the early fathers of the Christian Church. He was given during his lifetime the honorary designation of Chrysostom,
meaning golden-mouthed, for his eloquent words filled with God-given wisdom.
St. John Chrysostom's homilies may be found in public domain documents as well as in published form. I recommend Christian Classics Ethereal Library (CCEL) as a source for Chrysostom's works.
The Thought I Thought: Christian Quotes Comments and Snippets
from Mary Katherine May
Would you do things differently if you could relive your life? Would you care more? Fret less? Take time to love and share instead of working every moment possible? Live in a way that wouldn't require you to ask forgiveness for doing thoughtless things? Regret holds no hope. Start now to live life in the way you know it should be lived. We get one ...
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Where He Is by Cleland B. McAfee
The Quiet Hour Series
Chapter 1 read by Mary Katherine May
My childhood days long gone
Replaced by years of experience
And thus I should be wiser than any fool
Ready to better the world with all I know
Love, or benevolence, and its necessary fruits, is the whole of religion. I say necessary fruits, because the actions of the mind and body are
connected with the actions of the will by a natural necessity; so that the fruits of holiness are the necessary products of a right state of the heart or will. ...Charles G. Finney
From Principles of Liberty: More Great Themes on Romans from the writings of Charles G. Finney. Sermons ...
A SERMON BY Rev. J. H. Jowett, D.D. (1864-1923)
The Christian Herald, March 6, 1918 This edition of The Christian Herald is owned by Mary Katherine May. The work is in public domain.
Transcribed by Mary Katherine May of QualityMusicandBooks.com.
This sermon is offered for inspiration and Christian growth. Copying for non-profit use is welcome.
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