Quotes from Georgia on Her Mind

Rachel Hauck ·  307 pages

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“Remember what you do in life is merely a reflection of who you are as a Christian, one who loves and serves the Lord.”
― Rachel Hauck, quote from Georgia on Her Mind

“Funny how a crisis can put life into perspective, fine-tune the eye of the heart, like laser surgery. In less than a minute everything comes into a twenty-twenty view.”
― Rachel Hauck, quote from Georgia on Her Mind

“I think God made us to desire beauty. But I’m learning we have to first find our beauty in God.”
― Rachel Hauck, quote from Georgia on Her Mind

“Choose what’s important to you, Macy. Not for the moment, but for eternity.”
― Rachel Hauck, quote from Georgia on Her Mind

“Whatever doesn’t kill me only makes me stronger.”
― Rachel Hauck, quote from Georgia on Her Mind

“I thought life’s answers were out there somewhere. Now I realize the answers are in me, in my faith in Jesus and His love for me.”
― Rachel Hauck, quote from Georgia on Her Mind

“I want to discover the deeper layers of His word, understand the tender mercies of His heart.”
― Rachel Hauck, quote from Georgia on Her Mind

About the author

Rachel Hauck
Born place: in The United States
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