Grace Quotes

Gratitude opens a crack in consciousness that lets grace in.

Harry Palmer

Grace is savage and must be savage in order to be perfect.

Charles A. Stoddard

Silence gives the proper grace to women

Sophocles

Grace tried is better than grace, and more than grace; it is glory in its infancy

Samuel Rutherford

Beauty and grace command the world

Park Benjamin

Grace is given to heal the spiritually sick, not to decorate spiritual heroes

Martin Luther

Always accept good fortune with grace and humility.

Mark L. Mika

As the grace of man is in the mind, so the beauty of the mind is eloquence.

Proverb

For an actress to be a success, she must have the face of Venus, the brains of a Minerva, the grace of Terpsichore, the memory of a Macaulay, the figure of Juno, and the hide of a rhinoceros.

Ella Wheeler Wilcox

The color, the grace and levitation, the structural pattern in motion, the quick interplay of live beings, suspended like fitful lightning in a cloud, these things are the play, not words on paper, nor thoughts and ideas of an author, those shabby things snatched off basement counters at Gimbel's.

TENNESSEE WILLIAMS

And even in our sleep pain that cannot forget falls drop by drop upon the heart, and in our own despair, against our will, comes wisdom to us by the awful grace of God.

Aeschylus

Grace must find expression in life, otherwise it is not grace.

Karl Barth

When parents put gold into the hands of youth, when they should put a rod under their girdle--when instead of awe they make them past grace, and leave them rich executors of goods, and poor executors of godliness, then it is no marvel that the son being left rich by his father's will, becomes reckless by his own will.

John Lyly

A game of great charm in the adoption of mathematical measurements to the timing of human movements, the exactitudes and adjustments of physical ability to hazardous chance. The speed of the legs, the dexterity of the body, the grace of the swing, the elusiveness of the slide - these are the features that make Americans everywhere forget the last syllable of a man's last name or the pigmentation of his skin

Branch Rickey

The first step to improvement, whether mental, moral, or religious, is to know ourselves - our weakness,errors, deficiencies, and sins, that, by divine grace, we may overcome and turn from them all

Tryon Edwards
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