Rachel Held Evans Quotes

Sometimes the bravest thing we can do is ask for help.

Doubt is not the enemy of faith; it is an invitation to go deeper.

We are called to love our neighbors and our enemies, but sometimes it feels like there is no difference.

God is not threatened by our questions; He welcomes them.

Faith is not a checklist of beliefs, but a journey of the heart.

The church should be a safe place for doubt and questions, not a place of judgment and condemnation.

Love is not a feeling; it is a choice we make every day.

The greatest act of faith is to trust that God is with us in the midst of our pain and suffering.

The Bible is not always easy to understand, but it is always worth wrestling with.

We are all broken, but we are all loved.

Sometimes the best way to love someone is to listen to their story without judgment.

Empathy is the antidote to apathy.

In a world full of noise, silence can be a sacred act of worship.

The more we try to control others, the less control we have over ourselves.

Grace is messy, but it is also beautiful.

We cannot truly love God if we do not love our neighbors.

The kingdom of God is not about power and prestige; it is about love and humility.

God’s love is not limited to those who believe the same things we do.

The church should be a place of healing, not a place of hurt.

Sometimes the most profound lessons come from the most unexpected sources.

Grace does not excuse us from accountability; it empowers us to change.

We are all united in our brokenness and our need for God’s grace.

Faith is not about having all the answers; it is about trusting in the midst of uncertainty.

The path to peace begins with understanding.

Justice is not a buzzword; it is a call to action.

We cannot truly love God if we do not love ourselves.

The church should be a place of welcome for all, regardless of their past.

Hope is not a wish; it is a confident expectation of God’s faithfulness.

Faith is not a competition; it is a journey we take together.

The more we try to define God, the more we limit Him.

We cannot truly love others if we do not love ourselves.

Diversity is not a threat; it is an opportunity for growth and understanding.

The cross is a symbol of suffering and redemption, not a weapon for judgment.

God’s love is not limited by our ability to understand it.

The more we try to control others, the more we lose sight of our true selves.

We are not called to be perfect; we are called to be faithful.

The church should be a place of refuge, not a place of judgment.

Humility is not thinking less of ourselves; it is thinking of ourselves less.

The greatest act of love is to lay down our lives for others.

God’s ways are not our ways, and His thoughts are not our thoughts.

The more we try to control our circumstances, the less control we have over our own hearts.

Real change begins with a willingness to be uncomfortable.

Love is not always easy, but it is always worth it.

The church should be a place of transformation, not a place of stagnation.

We cannot truly love ourselves if we do not love others.

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