Todd Burpo Quotes

Top 14 wise famous quotes and sayings by Todd Burpo

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Todd Burpo quotes: Now was not the time to quit and mourn. Now was the time for prayer and action. Now was not the time to quit and mourn. Now was the time for prayer and action.
Todd Burpo quotes: Like an engineer understands a car he or she designed, no one understands your limitations and possibilities better than the God who created you. Like an engineer understands a car he or she designed, no one understands your limitations and possibilities better than the God who created you.
Todd Burpo quotes: Is heaven a hope or as real as the earth and sky? Is heaven a hope or as real as the earth and sky?
Todd Burpo quotes: Where are there lots of colors, Colton?" "In Heaven, Dad. That's where all the rainbow colors are! Where are there lots of colors, Colton?" "In Heaven, Dad. That's where all the rainbow colors are!
Todd Burpo quotes: Jesus has markers. Jesus has markers.
Todd Burpo quotes: Sometimes laughter is the only way to process tough times Sometimes laughter is the only way to process tough times
Todd Burpo quotes: We'd been given a gift and our job now was to unwrap it ... and see what's inside. We'd been given a gift and our job now was to unwrap it ... and see what's inside.
Todd Burpo quotes: Cassie suggested He's Back, but He's No Angel. Cassie suggested He's Back, but He's No Angel.
Todd Burpo quotes: When I was angry at God because I couldn't go to my son, hold him, and comfort him, God's son was holding my son in his lap. When I was angry at God because I couldn't go to my son, hold him, and comfort him, God's son was holding my son in his lap.
Todd Burpo quotes: A student is not above his teacher, nor a servant above his master."1 A student is not above his teacher, nor a servant above his master."1
Todd Burpo quotes: The Bible's been attacked. What is truth? It's relative. The Bible's been attacked. What is truth? It's relative.
Todd Burpo quotes: How do you scare some sense into a child who doesn't fear death? How do you scare some sense into a child who doesn't fear death?