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Elizabeth Payson Prentiss quotes: On the whole, there is nobody like one's own mother ... I wonder if, after all, mothers are not the best friends there are! On the whole, there is nobody like one's own mother ... I wonder if, after all, mothers are not the best friends there are!
Elizabeth Payson Prentiss quotes: If God chooses quite another lot for you, you may be sure that He sees that you need something totally different from what you want. If God chooses quite another lot for you, you may be sure that He sees that you need something totally different from what you want.
Elizabeth Payson Prentiss quotes: Nay then, but let me give to Him not what I value least, but what I prize and delight in most. Nay then, but let me give to Him not what I value least, but what I prize and delight in most.
Elizabeth Payson Prentiss quotes: The question is not whether you ever gave yourself to God, but whether you are His now. The question is not whether you ever gave yourself to God, but whether you are His now.
Elizabeth Payson Prentiss quotes: Our course heavenward is like the plan of the zealous pilgrim of old, who for every three steps forward, took one backward. Our course heavenward is like the plan of the zealous pilgrim of old, who for every three steps forward, took one backward.
Elizabeth Payson Prentiss quotes: Joy emerges from sorrow, and soars on wings far more beautiful than any earthly analogy can paint. Joy emerges from sorrow, and soars on wings far more beautiful than any earthly analogy can paint.
Elizabeth Payson Prentiss quotes: Duty looks more repelling at a distance than when fairly faced and met. Duty looks more repelling at a distance than when fairly faced and met.