12+ quotes from The Christmas Sweater by Glenn Beck

Quotes from The Christmas Sweater

Glenn Beck ·  284 pages

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“Sometimes the hardest part of the journey is believing you're worthy of the trip.”
― Glenn Beck, quote from The Christmas Sweater

“Most times we're so focused on what we think we want that we can't appreciate how happy we already are. It's only when we forget about our problems and help others forget theirs that we realize how good we really have it.”
― Glenn Beck, quote from The Christmas Sweater

“When you choose the path, you choose the destination.”
― Glenn Beck, quote from The Christmas Sweater

“Everyone wants to feel loved, but when all you feel is alone it's tough to accomplish anything else.”
― Glenn Beck, quote from The Christmas Sweater

“Sometimes our strengths are also our weaknesses. Sometimes to be strong you have to first be weak. You have to share your burdens; you have to lean on other people while you face your problems and yourself.”
― Glenn Beck, quote from The Christmas Sweater

“Everyone needs a place where they can go to just ponder for a while. Silence is important; it's the only time you can hear the whispering of truth.”
― Glenn Beck, quote from The Christmas Sweater

“You can either complain about how hard your life is, or you can realize that only you are responsible for it.”
― Glenn Beck, quote from The Christmas Sweater

“God thank you for everything you've given us. For the time we have together. And for the miracle of Christmas. Thank you for the Atonement, the chance to start all over again. Help us to always remember who we are and to trust that we are worthy to make it through our storms. Amen>”
― Glenn Beck, quote from The Christmas Sweater

“I collapsed to my knees and looked up at the predawn sky. "I hate you," I said softly.
"I love you," the voice whispered back.”
― Glenn Beck, quote from The Christmas Sweater

“If you treat an animal right, they don't run away. They're not like us. They run away from people they don't trust; most times we run away from ourselves.”
― Glenn Beck, quote from The Christmas Sweater

“I considered him and felt the now familiar crush of emotions weighing on me, begging me to cave in and fall into his strong arms.
I pushed back with every ounce of energy I had left.
Every time I trusted someone, I got hurt. Every time I let go, I was let down. Not again. I would drive them away before the left.”
― Glenn Beck, quote from The Christmas Sweater

“The government," he told me one night, "is there to act as a safety net, not a candy machine.”
― Glenn Beck, quote from The Christmas Sweater


About the author

Glenn Beck
Born place: in Mount Vernon, Washington, The United States
Born date February 10, 1964
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