On Being Careful when Seeking Counsel -Elisabeth Elliot-

“The disciplined Christian will be very careful what sort of counsel he seeks from others. Counsel that contradicts the written Word is ungodly counsel. Blessed is the man that walketh not in that.”

― Elisabeth Elliot, Discipline: The Glad Surrender

On Knowing the Limits of Our Answers -Bryan Chapell-

“The reality of the ordinary progress of Christian understanding should not escape our notice: early believers “know no answers”; immature believers “know all the answers”; and mature believers “know the limits of our answers.”

― Bryan Chapell, Ephesians

On the Sort of Things One Should Never Say (at Any Age)-Francois Place-

-“You really have to do all that to print a picture? What a lot of work!” Exclaimed Tojiro, “I would never be able to do that!”

-“That’s the sort of thing one should never say at your age, Sparrow. You know, even I am still learning. Yet, I’m much older than you.”

Francois Place, The Old Man Mad about Drawing: A Tale of Hokusai