Centering Quotes

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Centering Quotes By David Platt: We bask in sermons, conferences, and books that We bask in sermons, conferences, and books that exalt a grace centering on us. — David Platt
Centering Quotes By John Piper: We may think we are centering our lives We may think we are centering our lives on God when we are really making Him a means to self-esteem. — John Piper
Centering Quotes By Amos Smith: The Alexandrian Mystics' emphasis on silent prayer gave The Alexandrian Mystics' emphasis on silent prayer gave their teachings interior depth missing from Western theology today. — Amos Smith
Centering Quotes By Larry Crabb: Other forms of relating to God that have Other forms of relating to God that have unique value in connecting us to Him include contemplative prayer and centering prayer. — Larry Crabb
Centering Quotes By Eric Maisel: A long, deep breath is the equivalent of A long, deep breath is the equivalent of a full stop and the key to centering. — Eric Maisel
Centering Quotes By Steve Goodier: What if you spent some alone time every What if you spent some alone time every morning? Call it prayer. Call it planning. Call it centering. I call it a powerful way to begin the day. — Steve Goodier
Centering Quotes By David Brazzeal: Learn to listen to subtle cues from your Learn to listen to subtle cues from your spirit instead of the barrage coming from your brain. — David Brazzeal
Centering Quotes By Thomas Keating: Centering prayer is a training in letting go. Centering prayer is a training in letting go. — Thomas Keating
Centering Quotes By Charlie Ebersol: As long as you're centering back to home As long as you're centering back to home base, and that's the strongest magnet in your life, that everything else is okay. — Charlie Ebersol
Centering Quotes By Frederick Lenz: Happiness is self-generated as the mind becomes still. Happiness is self-generated as the mind becomes still. As we become involved with the desires of the world, we lose that centering, that stillness. — Frederick Lenz