Top 10 Famous Quotes by Author Douglas Bond
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Ten of My Favourite Douglas Bond Quotes 

Douglas Bond, a writer whom I am guessing you love? Here are our 10 best Douglas Bond quotes for you to enjoy. At Australia Unwrapped we believe every book has at least one quotable line, and our mission is to find them all. Here you will find Douglas Bond’s top 10 popular and famous quotes. Like every good writer Douglas Bond made a number of memorable quotes, here are some of our favourites: 

Popular Quotes

“Ye cannae fix injustice-with more of it.”
― Douglas Bond, King’s Arrow

 “Good writers don’t moralize, nor do they preach, but they do create longing for the true and the beautiful, and that is why you must write with Christ at the center of your reason for writing. That does not mean that every book must be a retelling of Luke’s gospel, however, every worthy book written by a Christian will direct readers away from self, and sin, and put them on a quest for God and his gospel. Create longing for these things.”
― Douglas Bond

“Ridiculed as “Knox the knave” and “a runagate Scot,” he was outlawed and forbidden to preach by the archbishop of St. Andrews, and orders were issued that he be shot on sight if he failed to comply.
Knox did not comply. Years later, a would-be assassin fired a shot through a window of Knox’s house in Edinburgh, narrowly missing his mark.? Still Knox preached.”
― Douglas Bond, The Mighty Weakness of John Knox: 3

 “Just as the medieval church cut off the congregation from participating in the sung worship of the service, today many well-meaning Christian leaders have reconstructed a sung worship wherein congregational participation does not matter.”
― Douglas Bond, The Poetic Wonder of Isaac Watts

 “For Knox, preaching was all about proclaiming the evangel of Jesus Christ, giving good news to a world that for too long had heard only bad news.”
― Douglas Bond, The Mighty Weakness of John Knox: 3

 “Let others choose the sons of mirth, To give a relish to their wine; I love the men of heavenly birth, Whose thoughts and language are divine.18”
― Douglas Bond, The Poetic Wonder of Isaac Watts

“above his Lord. Perhaps because Knox himself found such abundant strength in the midst of great personal weakness, he was used of God to raise”
― Douglas Bond, The Mighty Weakness of John Knox: 3

 “There is scarcely anything in this world which can more turn or bend hither and thither the ways of men than music,” said Calvin.”
― Douglas Bond, The Betrayal: A Novel on John Calvin

“Hughes often said that men fail to make progress in learning not for lack of time or ability but for lack of hard work.”
― Douglas Bond, The Poetic Wonder of Isaac Watts

“Good writers don’t moralize, nor do they preach, but they do create longing for the true and the beautiful.”
― Douglas Bond

10 Famous Quotes by Author Douglas Bond

Quotes for all, here you found our selection of 10 Douglas Bond quotes. Make sure you help by commenting your best Douglas Bond quote below and sharing our favourite authors so we can look them up, read some of their works and give you the best quotes we can find. We hope you enjoyed our top 10 quotes by Douglas Bond. However, feel free to comment below if you disagree or would like to include some other great and memorable Douglas Bond quotes in our list. 

One Final Bonus – Douglas Bond Quote 

“Christ came to save sinners,” he said. “And only those who believe that they are great sinners will be saved. Paul persecuted the church; grace alone was sufficient to save him, the chief of sinners. You, good Jean-Louis, are a great sinner. Yet is Christ a far greater Savior. Flee to him alone.” “But will he have me?” I said in earnest now. “How can I be one of his elect?” “All who flee in faith, my son,” he said, seeming to gain new energy as he spoke, “are elect. Flee and live. Then tell the world of so great a doctrine of grace. Fall before the majesty of our great God, Jean-Louis, and acknowledge your sins, praying that he would make you increasingly conscious of them, so that you might hate your sin and embrace Christ’s mercy.”
― Douglas Bond, The Betrayal: A Novel on John Calvin

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