Trial and Triumph: Stories from Church History Quotes

Richard M. Hannula
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"For eighty-six years I have been His servant, and He has done me no wrong. How then can I blaspheme my King who saved me?" (Chapter 1, pg. 19.)

"Who are these Christians? They go willingly and cheerfully to their deaths" (Chapter 1, pg. 22.)

"By this conquer" (Chapter 1, pg. 25.)

"Take and read. Take and read" (Chapter 1, pg. 41.)

"The greatest gift in my life has been to know and love God; to serve Him is my highest joy" (Chapter 1, pg. 50.)

"Good men dread riches in this world more than hardship" (Chapter 2, pg. 56.)

"I did not strongly desire at all this earthly kingdom but felt it to be the work I was commanded to do" (Chapter 2, pg. 74.)

"I do not seek to understand in order that I may believe, but I believe in order that I may understand" (Chapter 2, pg. 79.)

"I serve the Lord with freedom, since love brings freedom. I invite you...

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