Holy Week Quotes, Sayings, Reflections and Inspirational Messages


Looking for inspirational Holy Week quotes, sayings and inspirational messages? We have collected some of the most popular sayings in this time of the year!

Holy Week 2015 began on Sunday, March 29 and ends on Saturday, April 4.

As we observe the Holy Week, we compiled some of the most popular quotes, reflections and prayers for you to share and with love ones, friends and family.

Below are some of the most interesting quotes you can post to your Facebook wall, Twitter feeds and any other social networking sites. God Bless you all!

God sees you just exactly as you are He sees you perfectly and more truly than people can, and He loves you more than you can ever imagine. – – Unknown

Knowing the Bible is one thing…knowing the author is another. – Unknown

Don’t forget to pray today because God didn’t forget to wake you up this morning. – Unknown

The closer a person is to God, the closer he is to people. – Pope Benedict XVI

God did not promise days without pain; laughter without sorrow; sun without rain. But He did promise strength for the day, comfort for the tears; and light four our way. – Unknown

When you can’t put your prayers into words, God hears your heart. -Unknown

Let our Lord turn your pain to gain and your mess into your message. – Unknown

God is my first love. – Unknown

When you have nothing left but God, then for the first time, you become aware that God is enough. – Maude Royden

Your past can never dictate your future when you put it in the hands of God. – Unknown

God knows who belongs in your life and who doesn’t. Trust and let go. Whoever is meant to be there, will still be there. – Unknown

Pain will drive you away from God or to God. – Unknown

God knows who belongs in your life and who doesn’t. Trust and let go. Whoever is meant to be there, will still be there. – Unknown

We want to avoid suffering, death, sin, ashes. But we live in a world crushed and broken and torn, a world God Himself visited to redeem. We receive his poured-out life, and being allowed the high privilege of suffering with Him, may then pour ourselves out for others. – Elisabeth Ellio

God in His infinite goodness sometimes sees fit to test our courage and love by depriving us of the things which it seems to us would be advantageous to our souls; and if He finds us earnest in their pursuit, yet humble, tranquil and resigned to do without them if He wishes us to, He will give us more blessings than we should have had in the possession of what we craved. — St. Philip Neri

The difference between the law and the good news of Jesus is not that law is about dry duty and Jesus is about heart-felt affections. They are both about love. It’s just that the law only describes the life of love. The good news of Jesus, when trusted, actually produces it. – Glen Scrivener

Daily Prayer: Whatever plans I have in mind, Lord I surrender them to You. I will do the best I can but in the end, let Your will be done. Amen.






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