If you want peace, you don’t talk to your friends. You talk to your enemies.
I don’t think I’ve ever felt that same kind of peace, the kind of serenity that I felt after acknowledging that maybe I was going to die of this TB.
In God’s family, there are no outsiders, no enemies.
Isn’t it amazing that we are all made in God’s image, and yet there is so much diversity among his people?
God is patient with us to become the God’s children he wants us to be but you really can see him weeping.
When you think of the sort of things that happen when a genocide happens, it’s again not people who are intrinsically evil.
Without forgiveness, there’s no future.
You stand out in the crowd only because you have these many, many carrying you on their shoulders.
Before Nelson Mandela was arrested in 1962, he was an angry, relatively young man. He founded the ANC’s military wing. When he was released, he surprised everyone because he was talking about reconciliation and forgiveness and not about revenge.
When we see the face of a child, we think of the future. We think of their dreams about what they might become, and what they might accomplish.