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    Who is the Fool?

    "A man that extols himself is a fool and an idiot"
    - John Calvin

    "If you build upon yourself your edifice will be a mere ruin."
    - Augustine

    "If you think that your best is good enough for God, you have too high an opinion of yourself and too low and opinion of God."
    -John Blanchard

    "If we are proud of our talents we betray our lack of gratitude to God."
    - John Calvin

    "that which is begun in self-confidence will end in shame."
    - Richard Sibbes

    "The greatest of all disorders is to think we are whole and need no help."
    -Thomas Wilson

    From The Complete Gathered God: A Treasury of Quotations for Christians

    Posted by John on February 9, 2007 01:56 PM


    The fool has said in his heart there is no God.

    Pro 15:24 The path of life leads upward for the prudent, that he may turn away from Sheol beneath.

    If you know the word of GOD but you dont do the will of God it means that you are a fool, If you live your life the way you feel not by the way GOD tells us in the bibble u are a fool,

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