Ambrose Quotes

Top 33 wise famous quotes and sayings by Ambrose

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Ambrose quotes: We should pray to the angels, for they are given to us as guardians. We should pray to the angels, for they are given to us as guardians.
Ambrose quotes: He who reads much and understands much, receives his fill. He who is full, refreshes others. He who reads much and understands much, receives his fill. He who is full, refreshes others.
Ambrose quotes: The Psalms are the voices of the church. The Psalms are the voices of the church.
Ambrose quotes: There is no time of life past learning something. There is no time of life past learning something.
Ambrose quotes: Love is like a shadow, one can only catch it by falling into it. Love is like a shadow, one can only catch it by falling into it.
Ambrose quotes: The devil's snare does not catch you, unless you are first caught by the devil's bait. The devil's snare does not catch you, unless you are first caught by the devil's bait.
Ambrose quotes: Law is twofold natural and written. The natural law is in the heart, the written law on tables. All men are under the natural law. Law is twofold
natural and written. The natural law is in the heart, the written law on tables. All men are under the natural law.
Ambrose quotes: True repentance is to cease from sin. True repentance is to cease from sin.
Ambrose quotes: Unless a man be born again of water and the Holy Spirit he cannot enter the kingdom of God. No one is excepted, not [even] the infant. Unless a man be born again of water and the Holy Spirit he cannot enter the kingdom of God. No one is excepted, not [even] the infant.
Ambrose quotes: The rich man who gives to the poor does not bestow alms but pays a debt. The rich man who gives to the poor does not bestow alms but pays a debt.
Ambrose quotes: Prayer is the wing wherewith the soul flies to heaven, and meditation the eye wherewith we see God. Prayer is the wing wherewith the soul flies to heaven, and meditation the eye wherewith we see God.
Ambrose quotes: When in Rome, live in the Roman way. When in Rome, live in the Roman way.
Ambrose quotes: When you are at Rome, live as Romans live. When you are at Rome, live as Romans live.
Ambrose quotes: The emperor is in the Church, not about the Church. The emperor is in the Church, not about the Church.
Ambrose quotes: If you do not give the tenth part to God, he will take the nine parts. If you do not give the tenth part to God, he will take the nine parts.
Ambrose quotes: It is easier to look wise than to talk wisely. It is easier to look wise than to talk wisely.
Ambrose quotes: As in paradise, God walks in the Holy Scriptures, seeking man. As in paradise, God walks in the Holy Scriptures, seeking man.
Ambrose quotes: Our own evil inclinations are far more dangerous than any external enemies. Our own evil inclinations are far more dangerous than any external enemies.
Ambrose quotes: When in Rome, do as the Romans do. When in Rome, do as the Romans do.
Ambrose quotes: Except a man fear the Lord, he is unable to renounce sin. Except a man fear the Lord, he is unable to renounce sin.
Ambrose quotes: Dice have their laws, which the courts of justice cannot undo. Dice have their laws, which the courts of justice cannot undo.
Ambrose quotes: The devil tempts that he may ruin; God tests that he may crown. The devil tempts that he may ruin; God tests that he may crown.
Ambrose quotes: What is impossible to God? Not that which is difficult to His power, but that which is contrary to His nature. What is impossible to God? Not that which is difficult to His power, but that which is contrary to His nature.
Ambrose quotes: But if these beings guard you, they do so because they have been summoned by your prayers. But if these beings guard you, they do so because they have been summoned by your prayers.
Ambrose quotes: Prelate, n. A church officer having a superior degree of holiness and a fat preferment. One of Heaven's aristocracy. A gentleman of God. Prelate, n. A church officer having a superior degree of holiness and a fat preferment. One of Heaven's aristocracy. A gentleman of God.
Ambrose quotes: As the print of the seal on the wax is the express image of the seal itself, so Christ is the express image - the perfect representation of God. As the print of the seal on the wax is the express image of the seal itself, so Christ is the express image - the perfect representation of God.