Quotes from Ancient Prayer (For Your Sermon, Speech, Article or Social Media)

You’re welcome to use these quotes from Ancient Prayer: Channeling Your Faith 365 Days of the Year in your in your sermon, article, post or tweet as long as you share proper attribution and credit Rachel C. Weingarten and Ancient Prayer. Also, scroll down for a list of topics listed by page for speech or sermon inspiration.

Your words are so powerful that they can break
hearts or fill them with joy. Your words have
the ability to comfort a wounded soul or shatter
someone’s confidence. Your words can act as your
messengers of hope or a salve for a broken human
being.”

Rachel C. Weingarten
Ancient Prayer: Channeling Your Faith 365 Days of the Year (Fall River Press, 1/16)

 

You create what you speak. So, speak a better world.
Speak a happier and more loving life. Speak your
despair and let it lead you back to your truth.”

Rachel C. Weingarten
Ancient Prayer: Channeling Your Faith 365 Days of the Year (Fall River Press, 1/16)

 

It isn’t always easy keeping the faith. External
influences can sometimes make ordinary bad days
feel crushing.”
Rachel C. Weingarten
Ancient Prayer: Channeling Your Faith 365 Days of the Year (Fall River Press, 1/16)

 

There’s much talk in popular culture about finding
happiness—as though if you aren’t grinning ear to
ear 24 hours a day you’re somehow missing out on
life.”

Rachel C. Weingarten
Ancient Prayer: Channeling Your Faith 365 Days of the Year (Fall River Press, 1/16)

 

Though technology or fashion changes constantly,
truth does not. The wisdom of the ages holds up
for a reason.”
Rachel C. Weingarten
Ancient Prayer: Channeling Your Faith 365 Days of the Year (Fall River Press, 1/16)

 

“The world can be a great big scary place,
and finding a soul mate is no simple task.
But if you’re lucky enough to do just that,
sometimes that’s all that you need: one person
to belong to—who also belongs to you.”
Rachel C. Weingarten
Ancient Prayer: Channeling Your Faith 365 Days of the Year (Fall River Press, 1/16)

 

I think believing in something is what matters most.
Believe in nature or believe in love or believe that by
doing the right thing you can make some difference
to another human being or an entire generation.”

Rachel C. Weingarten
Ancient Prayer: Channeling Your Faith 365 Days of the Year (Fall River Press, 1/16)