God Is With Us Quotes by Anne Lamott, Bruce D. Porter, Martin Luther King, Jr., Pope John Paul II, Chris Tomlin, John Andreas Widtsoe and many others.
I do believe that God is with us even when we’re at our craziest and that this goodness guides, provides, and protects.
We need not fear the future or falter in hope or good cheer, because God is with us.
Please be peaceful. We believe in law and order. We are not advocating violence, I want you to love your enemies… for what we are doing is right, what we are doing is just — and God is with us.
Christ is the sacrament of the invisible God – a sacrament that indicates presence. God is with us.
And If our God is for us, then who could ever stop us, and if our God is with us, then what can stand against?
The line of communication between God and man is always open unless broken by man himself. We are, as it were, always in the presence of our Father in Heaven. Through His Holy Spirit, God is with us always and everywhere.
Don’t be afraid of anything. We’ve seen so much suffering and evil in the 20th century and we got through it. We can go on. God is with us. God will help us. Trust Him.
God is with us, not beyond us, in suffering.
Our task must be to free ourselves by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature and its beauty.
The best of it all is, God is with us.
I have confidence that God is with us in all things, both tender and tough
God works, and therefore we work; God is with- us, and therefore we are with God, and stand on His side.
I intend to set up a thousand-year Reich and anyone who supports me in this battle is a fellow-fighter for a unique spiritual-I would say divine-creation… Rudolf Hess, my assistant of many years standing, would tell you: If we have such a leader, God is with us.
God is with us, and His power is around us.
We shouldn’t pray for a lighter load to carry but a stronger back to endure! Then the world will see that God is with us, empowering us to live in a way that reflects his love and power.
God is in the slums, in the cardboard boxes where the poor play house. God is in the silence of a mother who has infected her child with a virus that will end both their lives. God is in the cries heard under the rubble of war. God is in the debris of wasted opportunity and lives, and God is with us if we are with them.
If something is in me which can be called religious then it is the unbounded admiration for the structure of the world so far as our science can reveal it.