Quotes from Edge of Eternity

Randy Alcorn ·  325 pages

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“The conflicting missions of the two armies seemed to have no fog, no gray, only black-and-white clarity. I had lived my life in terms of compromise, rule-bending, trade-offs, concessions, bargaining, striking deals, finding middle ground. In these two great armies, there was no such thing. Good was good, and evil was evil, and they shared no common ground.”
― Randy Alcorn, quote from Edge of Eternity


“Each day every man comes closer to the day of his death. Those who lay up their treasures in Thuros spend each day moving away from them. Those who lay up their treasures in Charis spend each day moving toward them.”
― Randy Alcorn, quote from Edge of Eternity


“If you know you can fall, you make wise choices to keep yourself from falling.”
― Randy Alcorn, quote from Edge of Eternity


“Yes,” Marcus said. “The King is not gone, you know. He walks the planet, disguised as the needy.”
― Randy Alcorn, quote from Edge of Eternity


“I’d lived my life in a dim labyrinth of drudgery disguised as fun and pleasure.”
― Randy Alcorn, quote from Edge of Eternity



“If a thousand things that made sense to me had turned out wrong, perhaps this thing that didn’t make sense would turn out right.”
― Randy Alcorn, quote from Edge of Eternity


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