Quotes from A Woman After God's Own Heart

Elizabeth George ·  303 pages

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“God-confidence comes as the Holy Spirit works in us. As we pray and when we make choices that honor God, the Holy Spirit fills us with His power for ministry. When we are filled with God's goodness, we are confidently and effectively able to share His love and joy. As women of prayer open to the transforming touch of the Holy Spirit, we will find his divine life in us overflowing into the lives of others.”
― Elizabeth George, quote from A Woman After God's Own Heart


“It's one thing to have a goal, but it's quite another thing to actually accept the challenge, develop a strategy to press for the goal, make the sacrifices, pay the price to move forward, and blessing of blessing, to realize some part of it.”
― Elizabeth George, quote from A Woman After God's Own Heart


“Each day is God’s gift of a fresh unspoiled opportunity to live according to His priorities.”
― Elizabeth George, quote from A Woman After God's Own Heart


“God will help you make the choices that guide you into His path for each stage and age of your life.”
― Elizabeth George, quote from A Woman After God's Own Heart


“Obedience is a foundational stepping-stone on the path of God’s will.”
― Elizabeth George, quote from A Woman After God's Own Heart



“Only one life, it will soon be past,
only what’s done for Christ will last.”
― Elizabeth George, quote from A Woman After God's Own Heart


About the author

Elizabeth George
Born place: in Granite, Oklahoma, The United States
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