2002, Diane P. Robertson, Tears from heaven, voices from hell: the pros and cons of the death penalty as seen through the eyes of the victims of violent crime and death row inmates throughout America, iUniverse, ISBN 9780595215720, page 126:
Only God and me and my son knows how much I love and miss him, [...]
2010, Geri Scazzero, I Quit!: Stop Pretending Everything Is Fine and Change Your Life, Zondervan, ISBN 9780310326045, page 42:
Many people lie to God, only sharing with him what they think he wants to hear or what they ought to feel. I was one of them. Consider the absurdity of such a notion, as if God didn't know us better than we know ourselves.
1916, First Church of Christ, Scientist (Boston, Mass.), The Christian science journal, volume 33, The Christian Science Publishing Society, page 374:
Few stop to reflect that to acknowledge evil as real is equivalent to saying that there are places in the universe where there is no God, a conclusion which the psalmist credits not to the wise man, but to the fool.
I talk about how I see God in the eyes of my friends. I talk about how I see God in the beauty of a woman. I talk about how I smell God in the dewed sweetness of a rose. I talk about how I taste God in the nectar of a pear.
2011, Peter Traben Haas, The God Who Is Here: A Contemplative Guide to Transforming Your Relationship with God and the Church, Lantern Books, ISBN 9781590562390, page 50:
Life situations such as accidents, sickness, suffering, death, bankruptcy, and divorce try their best to convince us that Godis not here.
There is no fortress that is any defence from the power of God.
2007, Myles Munroe, T. D. Jakes, Myles Munroe Devotional & Journal: 365 Days to Realize Your Potential, Destiny Image Publishers, ISBN 9780768424362, page 209:
"If God is with me, who can be against me?" The implication is that if God has given you something to do and He is with you, nothing or no one is going to stop you from accomplishing what God wants you to do.
a deity that can do anything, except contradicting his own laws, promises or logic; or, alternatively, an omnipotent deity that chooses never contradicting themEdit
1994, Peter Kreeft, Ronald Keith Tacelli, Handbook of Christian apologetics: hundreds of answers to crucial questions, InterVarsity Press, ISBN 9780830817740, page 138:
To ask why God didn't create such a world is like asking why God didn't create colorless color or round squares.
2008, Tom Hale, Stephen Thorson, Applied Old Testament Commentary: Applying God's Word to Your Life, edition illustrated, David C Cook, ISBN 9780781448642, page 156:
God's covenant was everlasting; humans could break it, but God never would.