We love reading. That’s no surprise to those who know us.
I particularly enjoy reading quotes. . .as they most often provoke my thinking, stir my creativity while igniting my spirit.
I was reading about Virgil, the Roman poet, when I came across three amazing quotes he made about you.
I realize he’s been dead 2,035 years. . .but I’m absolutely confident he had you in mind when he came out with these three words of wisdom.
First, “They can because they think they can.”
Years ago, I cut the words “quit” “try” “compromise” and “can’t” out of my dictionary. It was a symbolic gesture as I didn’t want these words to be a part of my vocabulary . . . especially the word “can’t.”
The word “can’t” when spoken by Christians in reference to God’s will for their lives is grammatically or spiritually inaccurate. In fact, the word “can’t” is contrary to the Word and will of God.
Philippians 4:13 says: