Guess a Quote (11.18.13)

Question MarkHello everyone. Guess I was right in thinking that last week’s quote would be a little tougher for all of you to guess. You really need to read the book! The quote came from When God Writes Your Life Story, so you were absolutely right Melody!

Here’s this week’s quote. I expect many of you will be able to guess it.

You mentioned casually in your last letter that the patient has continued to attend one church, and one only, since he was converted, and that he is not wholly pleased with it. May I ask what you are about? Why have I no report on the causes of his fidelity to the parish church? Do you realize that unless it is due to indifference it is a very bad thing?

Happy Guessing!

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9 Comments

  1. Grace

     /  November 18, 2013

    Is it from The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis? I haven’t read that book yet, but it sounds like something from that book.

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  2. My first thought was the Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis?

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  3. “The Screwtape Letters.” Need to read that again 🙂

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  4. Melody

     /  November 19, 2013

    Ah, The Screwtape Letters. Love that book! And I really need to read it again.

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  5. Dirk

     /  November 19, 2013

    Is that from the Screwtape Letters? I think I have it sitting around somewhere, waiting to be read.

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  6. The Screwtape Letters! Once I read the word patient I knew exactly where it was from. 🙂 That book is really good.

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  7. The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis! Get’s my brain all comfuddled about right
    and wrong, but is definitely worth a read 🙂 .

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  8. The Screwtape Letters! I read that a few years back. I definitely enjoyed it… it would be worth a reread now that you drew it to my attention again!

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  9. Happy

     /  November 24, 2013

    The Screwtape Letters. I had to reread the book a couple times
    before my brain could adjust to the “foreign language”. Good book.

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