Best 24 of Elevation quotes - MyQuotes
Here’s to the “so-so-ing” it. Here’s to the working since I was 14 in a smoke clouded day. Here’s to saying I could stay until the forms were faxed. Here’s to driving home past dark and dozing off the road. Here’s to no over time. Here’s to the long line to management. Here’s to ALREADY DONE THAT! Here’s to quitting, saying I’m through, saying I can’t compete for your leftover lean cuisine. Here’s to art. Here’s to freedom. Here’s to saying God gave me every penny and knowing it’s true. Here’s to the next 40 years with you. Here’s to the new. — Adrianna Stepiano
No nation can be elevated without Christ
The thoughts that arise because of 'depression' or 'elevation' are all wrong thoughts. The thoughts that arise in 'normality' are 'correct'.
Sometimes what appears to be a setback is God's mode of elevation.
The inimitable stories of Tong-King never have any real ending, and this one, being in his most elevated style, has even less end than most of them. But the whole narrative is permeated with the odour of joss-sticks and honourable high-mindedness, and the two characters are both of noble birth.
Ralph Waldo Emerson
But your isolation must not be mechanical, but spiritual, that is, must be elevation.
Mehmet Murat Ildan
To reach the top you don’t have to climb up to the top; just define a height as the top, that’s’ it, very simple! Don’t let the summits determine your altitude; let the height you like be your summit!
To disarm while being best armed, out of an elevation of sensibility-that is the means to real peace.
Elevation at times require separation.
Sometimes God uses people to test you. Be patient with people because you never know how God can use them to bring you your breakthrough.
The first shall be the last. Humiliation precedes elevation.
Jose R. Coronado
The Temple shall house you with confidence and peace. It's a fourth dimension type f peace where nothing rot & thieves can't break in; it's the Kingdom of Heaven on earth for those who seek from within.
People living godly will dwell on high. Meaning wealth, honour, prosperity, fame, elevation, joy etc.
You can cease to be influenced by people who tease you... Just neglect their helps and elevate your steps... You can do it!
The love of domination never attains more than a factitious elevation, that is sure to make enemies of all its neighbours.
Everyone cannot elevate or even revelate at the same time and/or season; an appointment to elevation can result from being specially chosen...like fruit that is ready, ripe and refined for its pleasurable taste. Even scriptural wisdom documents that "Many are called, few are chosen." Those chosen 'few' may deeply sense that at the core function of elevation is an acension both to and from a higher positioned calling for it...a destiny appointment that will be met without haste...separation has the ability to confirm that elevation has its own appointment...prompted by the foreknowledge of a most SUPER natural selection.
Never limit oneself based on the limitations of others. If you can not inspire them - leave them to be inspired by your lead
I calculate that I was responsible for proposing the elevation to the Lords of some 214 of its present numbers.
I like anything that is thought provoking and elevates one's consciousness to the highest and out of it's safety net, making one breathe aspiration.
One's attitude affects altitude, and the degree of our mental elevation gives measurable evidence of just how much we can defy the pull on the soul subject to invisible laws of gravitation...
They say the apple don't fall far from the tree but every apple has it own seeds
Jose R. Coronado
Architect of imagination, it's a mental elevation for all around us is physical creation of a delicate thought.
Catherine Gilbert Murdock
What is a staircase, but a corridor improved by elevation?
Then his lungs seemed to open up again, each breath going deeper than the one before. His sneakers (not blinding white Adidas, just ratty old Pumas) seemed to shed the lead coating they had gained. His previous lightness of body came rushing back. It was what Milly had called the following wind, and what pros like McComb no doubt called the runner's high. Scott preferred that. He remembered that day in his yard, flexing his knees, leaping, and catching the branch of the tree. He remembered running up and down the bandstand steps. He remembered dancing across the kitchen floor as Stevie Wonder sang "Superstition." This was the same. Not a wind, not even a high, exactly, but an elevation. A sense that you had gone beyond yourself and could go farther still.