Bill Hybels Quote

“Dignity does not float down from heaven it cannot be purchased nor manufactured. It is a reward reserved for those who labor with diligence.”

~ Bill Hybels

Ratings and Comments

Mike, Norwalk

OK, umm - some accurate observations to get started with and then a new sentence that would be more accurate as a start of a list. The connotation of "reserve", lends itself to an understanding that dignity can be bestowed. Dignity is not from the outside-in but rather, a descriptive essence of being, from the inside-out.

Ronw13, Yachats Or

If you dip , dunk, sprinkle, or otherwise, you are a Baptist. From which comes the practice of socialism. forced dues or taxes so to speak. Thinking ones good works out way the finished work of Christ. Turning away from the doctrines of grace, being justified by works. This man smells of hypocrisy. Speaking of himself and the mega church built from required tithing. I suspect part of the " One world order " as obama has ties with this church and this church with the UN.

E Archer, NYC

Sounds good at initial glance, but isn't 'dignity' inherent from a natural law perspective? Perhaps the word 'Honor' or 'Respect'?


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