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When Jonathan Winters died, it was like, 'Oh, man!' I knew he was frail, but I always thought he was going to last longer. I knew him as being really funny, but at the same time, he had a dark side.
I think there's something peculiar about me that I haven't died. It doesn't make sense but I refuse to die.
I really understood a lot more about comedy after listening to Bill Hicks, who died at 32 years old. He's probably the best comedian who ever lived. Although you can't say that because of Carlin, Cosby and Pryor.
Now I'm an old Christmas tree, the roots of which have died. They just come along and while the little needles fall off me replace them with medallions.
I was in my late thirties when my eyes were opened to truth in God's Word that showed me I wasn't living the abundant life Jesus died for me to have. I had a very negative mindset and was miserable most of the time because of the abuse I had experienced throughout my childhood.
Even though God loves us, we still have a problem: sin. It's important for us to learn how to confront sin and overcome it, because while God loves sinners, He hates sin. And He hates it because of what it does to us and how it keeps us from the abundant life Jesus died to give us.
God has ways of shaking the world when He is at work. He literally caused the ground to quake when Jesus died on the cross.
There is an ancient saying among men that you cannot thoroughly understand the life of mortals before the man has died, then only can you call it good or bad.
To have died once is enough.
My grandfather lived to be late 90s on one side and on the other side, 70s or something. And my father died young, at 63. But he didn't take very good care of himself.
Our dog died from licking our wedding picture.
I always wished I had died, and I still wish that, because I could have gotten the whole thing over with.
My other brother-in-law died. He was a karate expert, then joined the army. The first time he saluted, he killed himself.
The central dogma of the New Testament is that Jesus died as a scapegoat for the sin of Adam and the sins that all we unborn generations might have been contemplating in the future. Adam's sin is perhaps mitigated by the extenuating circumstance that he didn't exist.
I'm aware that people I have loved and have died and are in the spirit world looking after me.
The reward of great men is that, long after they have died, one is not quite sure that they are dead.
Ken Lay, the disgraced former chairman of Enron, found a way to escape his legal problems: He died after being convicted of fraud and conspiracy charges.
He had a massive stroke. He died with his tie on. Do you think that could be our generation's equivalent of that old saying about dying with your boots on?
On 16 September 1985, when the Commerce Department announced that the United States had become a debtor nation, the American Empire died.
Since I was shot, everything is such a dream to me. Like I don't know whether I'm alive or whether I died. I wasn't afraid before. And having been dead once, I shouldn't feel fear. But I am afraid. I don't understand why.
When my father died, I had a real experience with Christ, a real conversion with Christ and I had it in a Oneness church.
T. D. Jakes
I was raised in the Baptist church... but I didn't really have a real committed experience with Christ until my father died.
T. D. Jakes
There is something about a poet which leads us to believe that he died, in many cases, as long as 20 years before his birth.
When my wife died, I booked myself into the studio just to work, to occupy myself.
I the chief of sinners am, but Jesus died for me.
John F. Kennedy
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