House Of God Quotes by Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Pio of Pietrelcina, Samuel Shem, Mahatma Gandhi, John Ortberg, Mehmet Murat Ildan and many others.
When I sing for God, I feel myself in accord with God, and the house of God, Mecca, is right in front of me. And I worship. When I sing for Mohammed, peace be upon him, our prophet, I feel like I am sitting right next to his tomb, Medina, and paying him respect and admitting to myself that I accept his message.
The Church is the house of God. It is forbidden for men to enter with bare arms or in shorts. It is forbidden for women to enter in trousers, without a veil on their head, in short clothing, low necklines, sleeveless or immodest dresses.
The delivery of medical care is to do as much nothing as possible.
I know of no religion or sect that has done or is doing without a house of God, variously described as a temple, a mosque, a church, a synagogue or agiary.
At a cardiac arrest, the first procedure is to take your own pulse
God is still in the business of coming down to earth: to this cubicle, this email, this room, this house, this job, this hospital room, this car, this bed, this vacation. Any place can become Bethel, the house of God. Cleveland, maybe. Or the chair you’re sitting in as you read these words.
With the eyes of the Hubble Space Telescope we have seen that the House of God is the House of Chaos!
If this universe is the House of God, then I must say it is quite a dark house despite several hundred billion suns!
[The Lord] has indicated that the greatest work we parents can do is performed in our homes, and our homes can be heaven, particularly when our marriages are sealed in the house of God.
The patient is the one with the disease
In the house of God there is never ending festival; the angel choir makes eternal holiday; the presence of God’s face gives joy that never fails.
Hate has no place in the house of God.
I wore black because I liked it. I still do, and wearing it still means something to me. It’s still my symbol of rebellion — against a stagnant status quo, against our hypocritical houses of God, against people whose minds are closed to others’ ideas.
The stone which Jacob consecrated at Bethel the generation of the living continues to anoint, paying the tithes which of old he vowed to the house of God there.
Do not neglect this body. This is the house of God; take care of it, only in this body can God be realized.
There is no body cavity that cannot be reached with a number fourteen needle and a good strong arm.
I would rather be a doorkeeper in the house of God than live in that palace at Washington.