Behavior Sermon Illustrations

Behavior Sermon Illustrations

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As a rule life is quaint. One says 'tis, the other 'taint. One says don't, the other do—that always leaves it up to you.—Daughter, Friendly Chat


Much as I dislike hypocrisy and much as I advocate the theory of being yourself, I submit it is far better to feign good nature than to be a natural grouch. This is on the theory that the chap who acts as though he were agreeable may someday get the habit!—George C. Hubbs, Lutheran Digest


A wise man of the Orient once remarked, "There are three kinds of people in all types of organizations—rowboat people, sailboat people, and steamboat people. Rowboat people need to be pushed or shoved along. Sailboat people move when a favorable wind is blowing. Steamboat people move continuously, through calm or storm. They are usually masters of themselves, their surroundings, and their fate."—DR. Charles L. Lapp AND DR. John W. Bowyer, "Practice Administration Thought-Provokers," Oral Hygiene

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