Quotes by William Ward
The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The greatest teacher inspires
Four steps to achievement:
1. Plan purposefully.
2. Prepare prayerfully.
3. Proceed positively.
4. Pursue persistently.
We master our minutes or we become slaves to them; we use time, or time uses us.
God gave you a gift of 86,400 seconds today. Have you used one to say, “Thank you?”
Discouragement is dissatisfaction with the past, distaste for the present, and distrust of the future. It is ingratitude for the blessings of yesterday, indifference to the opportunities of today, and insecurity regarding strength for tomorrow. It is unawareness of the presence of beauty, unconcern for the needs of our fellowman, and unbelief in the promises of old. It is impatience with time, immaturity of thought, and impoliteness to God.