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“Much guilt arises in the life of the believer from practicing the chameleon life of environmental adaptation.”

 

Beth Moore

“For the most part I write very stream of consciousness. I basically need to be recording an entire writing session because it’s almost like I black out and just start singing whatever is on my mind and forget it as soon as I stop.”

 

Beth Moore

“Writing songs always trumps whatever else was on the schedule, it really is the most important and can be so fickle, you have to grab it when it’s there.”

 

Beth Moore

“God desires to change us from the inside out. Renewing our minds, starving our self-destructive tendencies, and teaching us to form new habits.”

 

Beth Moore

“He (God) is determined to pursue you because He knows the greatest joy in your life will come from His lan for you.”

 

Beth Moore

“I don’t just commit sin. Apart from God, I am sinful. My problem is not just what I do; it’s who I am without His nature.”

 

Beth Moore

“God is not harsh; He is holy. He is not selfish; He is sovereign. He is not unfeeling; He is all-knowing. Like David, we need to come to know Him, and respect Him; and, like David, we will love Him more.”

 

Beth Moore

“For by your words you will be acquitted, and by your words you will be condemned. Matthew 12:37”

 

Beth Moore

“God’s idea of guarding his heart is to guard himself against diminishing love. He guards his love. Now if that doesn’t become revolutionary I am not saying it right.”

 

Beth Moore

“Insecurity is miserable. That’s the bottom line. We don’t need it. We don’t want it. And we really can live without it. So what would happen if we quite being accomplices in our own misery?”

 

Beth Moore

“The question is whether or not our insecurities are substantial enough to hurt, limit, or even distract us from profound effectiveness or fulfillment of purpose.”

 

Beth Moore

“To overcome prejudice, we can boldly speak against it and teach our children total intolerance for it. We can get to know one another; when we do so, the stereotypes that impede relationships will fall away. Finally, we can express regret to others for past prejudicial sins and ask God to forgive us and change our thinking.”

 

Beth Moore

“A prisoner unaware is the kind of prisoner most vulnerable to her captors, the easiest prey there is.”

 

Beth Moore

“My very addictive personality and all sorts of strongholds are a thing of the past for me. Yet at the root of every single one of those issues was insecurity, something I had battled since childhood.”

 

Beth Moore

“I am convinced now that virtually every destructive behavior and addiction I battled off and on for years was rooted in my (well-earned) insecurity.”

 

Beth Moore

“A head full of biblical knowledge without a heart passionately in love with Christ is terribly dangerous – a stronghold waiting to happen. The head is full, but the heart and soul are still unsatisfied.”

 

Beth Moore

“Wisdom is knowledge applied. Head knowledge is useless on the battlefield. Knowledge stamped on the heartmmakes one wise”

 

Beth Moore

“Sometimes, God may prioritize performing a miracle on our hearts and minds over a miracle concerning our circumstances.”

 

Beth Moore

“To possess dignity is to be worthy of respect. Worthy of high esteem. Absorb this: you are worthy of respect.”

 

Beth Moore